Gold body-chain, consisting of four chains joined at two plaques. The chains passed over the shoulders and under the arms of the wearer, with a decorative focus where they join on the chest and the back.. The two plaques where the chains join comprise a gold coin of Emperor Gratian (reigned AD 367-383) in a decorative mount, and an oval setting for nine gems, a central amethyst, four garnets, 4th century A.D. Roman
Bracelet in the form of a coiled snake; Greek; 3rd c BC; Gold; Accession number 64.2172
Diadem of a princely grave at Kerch, gold, garnets and green glass, first half of 5th century
Zentangle before they called it that. P-shaped piece of jewelry, decorated with different colored beads and gemstones, Roman-Germanic , 5th century A.D.
A COILED-WIRE BRACELET WITH FELINE-HEAD TERMINALS D. 8 cm. Gold Greco-Thracian, 4th-3rd cent. B.C.
Pendant in the shape of a lion of the Palatinate Germany to 1580 - 1590
byzantio: ca. 1100 from Constantinople. This elegant pendant cross with four equal arms radiating from a central medallion is representative of the finest objects for personal devotion produced for the elite of the Byzantine Empire. Both faces of the exquisite miniature cross are decorated with intricate floral patterns worked in multicolored cloisonné enamel. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art.