Zsófia Bagó
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Gold Earrings | Phoenician, 7th-6th century BC.  From Tharros, Sardinia

Gold Earrings | Phoenician, 7th-6th century BC. From Tharros, Sardinia

Anillo - sello  de oro y rubíes,  procedente de Mesopotamia, 3500- 3000 a. C.

Anillo - sello de oro y rubíes, procedente de Mesopotamia, 3500- 3000 a. C.

Disk Brooch - gold, filigree, moonstone, garnets, mother-of-pearl (7th cent) - Frankish - The Met

Disk Brooch - gold, filigree, moonstone, garnets, mother-of-pearl (7th cent) - Frankish - The Met

Pin (fibula) with snail Roman, Imperial Period, 2nd–3rd century A.D. Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Pin (fibula) with snail Roman, Imperial Period, 2nd–3rd century A.D. Museum of Fine Arts Boston

2600-2500 BCE leaf-shaped headdress      Early Dynastic period IIIa; Sumerian style  Excavated at "King's Grave," Ur, Mesopotamia  Gold, lapis lazuli, carnelianthe city of Ur, in which sixteen royal tombs were excavated in the 1920s and 1930s by Sir Leonard Woolley.  L. 15 3/16 in. (38.5 cm) hb_33.35.3

2600-2500 BCE leaf-shaped headdress Early Dynastic period IIIa; Sumerian style Excavated at "King's Grave," Ur, Mesopotamia Gold, lapis lazuli, carnelianthe city of Ur, in which sixteen royal tombs were excavated in the 1920s and 1930s by Sir Leonard Woolley. L. 15 3/16 in. (38.5 cm) hb_33.35.3

Greek Bee Fibula, 4th century BC The bee, found in the artifacts of Ancient Near East and Aegean cultures, was believed to be the sacred insect that bridged the natural world to the underworld.

Greek Bee Fibula, 4th century BC The bee, found in the artifacts of Ancient Near East and Aegean cultures, was believed to be the sacred insect that bridged the natural world to the underworld.

Male Triton Gold Armband Greek, Hellenistic ca, 200 B.C. This imposing serpentine armband represents a male triton holding a small winged Eros. The hoops behind the tritons' head were used to attach the armband to the sleeves of a garment, for otherwise, its weight (over 6 1/2 ounces) would have caused them to slip down the arms.

Male Triton Gold Armband Greek, Hellenistic ca, 200 B.C. This imposing serpentine armband represents a male triton holding a small winged Eros. The hoops behind the tritons' head were used to attach the armband to the sleeves of a garment, for otherwise, its weight (over 6 1/2 ounces) would have caused them to slip down the arms.

British Nelson period,  tiny ivory ship and garnet ring, Circa 1790

British Nelson period, tiny ivory ship and garnet ring, Circa 1790

Sumerian Cloisonné Ring, Iraq, ca. 3000 BCE (Louvre Paris Reunion des Musees National/Art Resource, New York/Photograph by Zeva Oelbaum). Possibly a wedding ring. *Cloisonne is an ancient technique for decorating metalwork objects, in recent centuries using porcelain enamel, and in older periods also inlays of cut gemstones, glass and other materials.

Sumerian Cloisonné Ring, Iraq, ca. 3000 BCE (Louvre Paris Reunion des Musees National/Art Resource, New York/Photograph by Zeva Oelbaum). Possibly a wedding ring. *Cloisonne is an ancient technique for decorating metalwork objects, in recent centuries using porcelain enamel, and in older periods also inlays of cut gemstones, glass and other materials.

Byzantine cloisonne enamel ring with 11-12 cc. http://www.vantiques.nl

Byzantine cloisonne enamel ring with 11-12 cc. http://www.vantiques.nl