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gold, pearl and emerald earring...Pearls from the Persian Gulf were a popular gemstone used in ancient Roman jewelry, which were combined with emerald and peridot from Egypt, and carnelian, jasper, lapis lazuli, and onyx from Persia...Toward the fall of the Roman Empire exotic gems from India and the Far East were plentiful, including blue sapphire and topaz from India or Sri Lanka.

gold, pearl and emerald earring...Pearls from the Persian Gulf were a popular gemstone used in ancient Roman jewelry, which were combined with emerald and peridot from Egypt, and carnelian, jasper, lapis lazuli, and onyx from Persia...Toward the fall of the Roman Empire exotic gems from India and the Far East were plentiful, including blue sapphire and topaz from India or Sri Lanka.

ANCIENT ROMAN GLASS JEWELRY - Silver jewelry set with fragments of ancient Roman glass. The shards of glass were unearthed in archeological excavations in the Holy Land which was part of the Roman Empire 2,000 years ago. The jewelry, which was designed and handmade in Israel, consists of pendants, bracelets, necklaces, rings, pins and earrings.

ANCIENT ROMAN GLASS JEWELRY - Silver jewelry set with fragments of ancient Roman glass. The shards of glass were unearthed in archeological excavations in the Holy Land which was part of the Roman Empire 2,000 years ago. The jewelry, which was designed and handmade in Israel, consists of pendants, bracelets, necklaces, rings, pins and earrings.

A granulated gold gem from Knossos / Crete, 1600-1390 B.C. #MinoanJewel #VonGiesbrechtJewels

A granulated gold gem from Knossos / Crete, 1600-1390 B.C. #MinoanJewel #VonGiesbrechtJewels

Roman empire earring with ball pendant and paste setting. #AntiqueJewelry #AntiqueEarrings

Roman empire earring with ball pendant and paste setting. #AntiqueJewelry #AntiqueEarrings

Iron ring with a gemstone of red jasper showing a gryllos. Roman, 2nd century A.D. Ring corroded.

Iron ring with a gemstone of red jasper showing a gryllos. Roman, 2nd century A.D. Ring corroded.

A rare and stunning pair of Greco-Roman earrings depicting the face of Eros or Cupid. Pendants of gold hearts and blue glass paste beads complete each piece. 1st century B.C. to 1st. century A.D.

A rare and stunning pair of Greco-Roman earrings depicting the face of Eros or Cupid. Pendants of gold hearts and blue glass paste beads complete each piece. 1st century B.C. to 1st. century A.D.

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