Collar griego con rosetas de oro y con incrustaciones de esmalte azul, 26,5 cm l, Datado entre el 400 y el 380 aC. (El Hermitage, San Petersburgo)
One of a Pair of Gold and amethyst claw anklets of Princess Sit-hathor-yunet Egyptian, Dynasty 12, (ca 1897-1878 BCE) From Lahun, tomb 8
(Thracia, Bulgaria) Thracian Gold Ring depicting a Rower. ca 4th century BCE.
Royal crown from the burial ground of Silla: an ancient, pre-Korean matriarchal society. Photo:Sarah Milledge Nelson.
Gold triple-finger ring | Roman, Syrian | Late Imperial or Late Antique | The Met. This ring exemplifies a flamboyant type of costume jewelry that was especially popular in the eastern half of the Roman Empire. The three finger bands support five colorful settings, containing pearls, glass imitation gems, and a central green bead (a modern replacement).
Pendientes de oro etruscos, del Siglo VI a. C.
Earrings, Greece, 1st century, State History Museum, Moscow
Classical Greek gold earrings with a rosette, model bird and richly decorated inverted pyramid 330-300 BC