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This is an example of Scythian Gold excavated from an earth mound outside the town of Ordzhonikidze in the southern Ukraine. Image from Prof. John Haskins' Slide Collection

This is an example of Scythian Gold excavated from an earth mound outside the town of Ordzhonikidze in the southern Ukraine. Image from Prof. John Haskins' Slide Collection

A detail of a Scythian gold pectoral from the Tovsta Mohyla kurhan, 4th century BC (Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine).

A detail of a Scythian gold pectoral from the Tovsta Mohyla kurhan, 4th century BC (Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine).

A detail of a Scythian gold pectoral from the Tovsta Mohyla kurhan, 4th century BC (Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine).

A detail of a Scythian gold pectoral from the Tovsta Mohyla kurhan, 4th century BC (Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine).

In 2009 the Fabergé Museum acquired a rare piece - a miniature copy of the King Saytafarn's tiara made by Rukhomovsky himself. It is the most refined and delicate work that Rukhomovsky created for the Salon of French artists in Paris (1903 - 1904) in order to prove his high level of skill when he was officially recognized as the author of the tiara.

In 2009 the Fabergé Museum acquired a rare piece - a miniature copy of the King Saytafarn's tiara made by Rukhomovsky himself. It is the most refined and delicate work that Rukhomovsky created for the Salon of French artists in Paris (1903 - 1904) in order to prove his high level of skill when he was officially recognized as the author of the tiara.

A HELLENISTIC SILVER AND BRONZE CROWN   EARLY 3RD CENTURY B.C.   The bronze semicircular crown with openwork arcading, mounted with a silver repoussé frieze decorated with seven acanthus palmettes, each separated by sets of three bosses surrounded by decorative circles, with twelve silver bosses above, probably from a statue, small repair

A HELLENISTIC SILVER AND BRONZE CROWN EARLY 3RD CENTURY B.C. The bronze semicircular crown with openwork arcading, mounted with a silver repoussé frieze decorated with seven acanthus palmettes, each separated by sets of three bosses surrounded by decorative circles, with twelve silver bosses above, probably from a statue, small repair

Italy 4 - early 7th century; Gold , precious stones, pearls; LOCATION: Italy - Monza - Cathedral Treasure. Theodelinda (c. 570 - 628) was the Catholic wife of two successive Lombardy rulers, and took any active part in establishing peace between the Pope, the Eastern Empire, and the secular powers of northern Italy. This crown displays expensive jewels rather than craftsmenship.

Italy 4 - early 7th century; Gold , precious stones, pearls; LOCATION: Italy - Monza - Cathedral Treasure. Theodelinda (c. 570 - 628) was the Catholic wife of two successive Lombardy rulers, and took any active part in establishing peace between the Pope, the Eastern Empire, and the secular powers of northern Italy. This crown displays expensive jewels rather than craftsmenship.

1620: Oval gold miniature case, enamelled in black and white with flowers and pea-pods closely related to a design engraved in 1619 by Jean Toutin I (1578-1644)

1620: Oval gold miniature case, enamelled in black and white with flowers and pea-pods closely related to a design engraved in 1619 by Jean Toutin I (1578-1644)

This triple hoop enamelled gold ring dates from 1600 – 1650 is set with a diamond. A ring has no beginning and no end, therefore is the perfect accessory for humans to wear and to represent the enduring qualities of true love.

This triple hoop enamelled gold ring dates from 1600 – 1650 is set with a diamond. A ring has no beginning and no end, therefore is the perfect accessory for humans to wear and to represent the enduring qualities of true love.

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