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Philosophers' Stone Great Work Rebis Red King White Queen Alchemy Spell @Liz Mester Mester smith

Philosophers' Stone Great Work Rebis Red King White Queen Alchemy Spell @Liz Mester Mester smith

A GREEK BLUE CHALCEDONY SCARABOID CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C. | Christie's

Classical period, circa B. Engraved with a crouching nude female dressing in her chiton, her torso turned slightly out, holding her garment in her raised arms; on a short groundline 1 in.

The Cleveland Museum of Art’s recently acquired pendant depicting “Mars, Minerva, Venus and Cupid,” made in the early 1500s by Valerio Belli of Italy, displays the Renaissance fascination with ancient Greece and Rome

Pendant depicting “Mars, Minerva, Venus & Cupid,” -- Early by Valerio Belli (Italy) Displays the Renaissance fascination with ancient Greece and Rome. Cleveland Museum of Art -- Ohio, USA

The Dunstable Swan Jewel:Medieval, around AD 1400 From France or England - a replica of this particular piece would be gorgeous

Medieval, around AD 1400 From France or England The Dunstable Swan Jewel is a livery badge. To wear such an item was a declaration of allegiance to a noble family or a king.

Paternoster Pendant with the Virgin and Child (obverse) and the Meeting of Joachim and Anna at the Golden Gate (reverse) Fanders or Burgundy ca. 1440–50;

Paternoster Pendant with the Virgin & Child (obverse) and the Meeting of Joachim & Anna at the Golden Gate (reverse) Flanders or Burgundy -- -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Reliquary Pendant, 1174–77 English Gold;  Within a decade of the martyrdom of Thomas Becket, Bishop Reginald of Bath presented this small pendant, which then contained minute relics of the saint's bloodied vestments, to Queen Margaret of Sicily.

Pendentif reliquaire (vue - Fin XIIème siècle - Angleterre Reliquary Pendant with Queen Margaret of Sicily and Bishop Reginald of Bath, English, ca. 1175 A.

Pendant with the Adoration of the Shepherds:         Description       English: Valerio Belli is the first great engraver of rock crystal and other semiprecious stones of the Renaissance. The subject of this plaque is Christian, ca. 1530.

Pendant with the Adoration of the Shepherds: Description English: Valerio Belli is the first great engraver of rock crystal and other semiprecious stones of the Renaissance. The subject of this plaque is Christian, ca.