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Islamic Silver Bracelet with Animal Reliefs

Islamic Silver Bracelet with Animal Reliefs Origin: Central Asia Circa: 800 AD to 1200 AD

[Side View] A CELTIC GOLD BRACELET   CIRCA LATE 5TH-EARLY 4TH CENTURY B.C.   Formed from a stout hollow tube, one end fitting into the other, with a circular perforation through both ends for insertion of a pin, the surface ornamented in relief, divided into four quadrants, each with a facing head

[Side View] A CELTIC GOLD BRACELET CIRCA LATE CENTURY B. Formed from a stout hollow tube, one end fitting into the other, with a circular perforation through both ends for insertion of a pin, the surface ornamented in relief, divided i

Celtic, ring, 4th century BC

ancientpeoples: “ Gold celtic ring The decoration is stunning in both design and execution. It shows two faces and at the top a rams head.

The State Hermitage Museum: Bracelet Gold; cast and chased. 8.4x7 cm Sakae Culture. 4th century BC Siberian collection of Peter I, Russia, Siberia

The State Hermitage Museum: Digital Collection -- Powered by IBM Bracelet Gold; century BC Siberian collection of Peter I, Russia, Siberia Source of Entry: Kunstkammer, St Petersburg.

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Seljuk Iranian bracelets, ca. cm diam, braided gold wire w/a centralised pin with niello arabesque vines. Christie's by way of Middle Eastern Dance Guild.

Diadem with Kinnaris (Half-Bird, Half-Female Creatures), 9th-10th century A.D., India. Gold inset with garnet.The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Evelyn Kossak, The Kronos Collections, 1988 (1988.395a–c). #jewelry #gold

Diadem with kinnari (half-bird, half-female creatures), century India (Jammu and Kashmir, ancient kingdom of Kashmir) or Pakistan Gold inset with garnet W. cm) Gift of The Kronos Collections, 1988 The Metropolitan Museum of New York

11-12th c. Syrian bracelet, repousse gold sheet with punching, twisted wire, and granulation - Met Museum 58.37

Bracelet Object Name: Bracelet Date: century Geography: Syria Medium: Gold fabricated from sheet, with repousse decoration, punching, twisted wire, and granulation Classification: Jewelry

A SELJUK GOLD BRACELET, IRAN, 11TH CENTURY

A SELJUK GOLD BRACELET, IRAN, CENTURY The tapering shank of tubular sheet construction, terminated at each end with a strip of sheet doubled back and rolled, the hinge with granulated decoration - 2 diameter

300-400 AD Roman gold, glass, emerald (missing pearls) hinged bangle bracelet; 1 1/4" x 2 1/2" x 2 7/8"; Getty 83.AM.227.1. Per Getty: heavy gold band w/ colored stones & glass; made in 2 pieces, which were hinged & secured with pin decorated with green glass; edges folded perpendicularly out, forming ledge to protect stones: blue, green, red glass; emeralds; missing pearls; stones in pairs in simple gold settings. Shape is Roman, but design resembles jewelry from "edges" of Roman Empire…

Bracelet Roman, A. 300 - 400 A heavy gold band elaborated by colored stones and glass forms this massive gold bracelet. The bracelet was made in two pieces, which were then hinged and secured with a pin decorated with green glass. The edges of the.

Ring  Object Name: Ring Date: 11th century Geography: Egypt Medium: Gold; filigree and granulation Dimensions: Max. Diam. 15/16 in. (2.3 cm) Width. 7/16 (1.1 cm) BezeL. L. 5/8 in. (1.6 cm) Classification: Jewelry Credit Line: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Klejman, 1971

Ring Object Name: Ring Date: century Geography: Egypt Medium: Gold; filigree and granulation Dimensions: Max. cm) Classification: Jewelry Credit Line: Gift of Mr.

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A Rare Pair Of Silk Lampas Trousers, Sogdiana, Central Asia, - Century / Courtesy of Sotheby's - these are some seriously fancy pants

FLACON-PENDENTIF, le corps hémisphérique gravé de stries, surmontant en motif en dents de scie. Il est fermé par un couvercle à préhension dont la bordure épouse les anses du vase. Bronze. Art Grec géométrique, VIIIe siècle av. J.-C.

FLACON-PENDENTIF, le corps hémisphérique gravé de stries, surmontant en motif en dents de scie. Il est fermé par un couvercle à préhension dont la bordure épouse les anses du vase. Bronze. Art Grec géométrique, VIIIe siècle av. J.-C.

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