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Rosamaria G Frangini | High Ancient Jewellery  | Opus interrasile was a technique used by goldsmiths to make elegant jewelry from the 200s through the 600s. Designs were traced onto sheets of gold; the background was punched with holes of various sizes to highlight the pattern; and fine details were then worked on the surface

Gold "Basket" Earring | Byzantine | The Met

Gold "Basket" Earring Date: century Geography: Made in, Northern France Culture: Byzantine Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: 1 x in. x cm) Classification: Metalwork-Gold Credit Line: Gift of J.

Ca. 1080-1150 Constantinople, Byzantine cloisonne enamel and gold temple pendant and stick - Met Museum

Temple Pendant and Stick Date: ca. Geography: Made in Constantinople Culture: Byzantine Medium: Cloisonné enamel, gold Dimensions: Overall: 1 × in. × cm) Length stick: 2 × in.

A PAIR OF LION-FORM GOLD EARRINGS, PERSIA, 12TH CENTURY

pair of lion-form gold earrings, Persia, century each composed of gold, hammered and chased, designed as stylised lions decorated with twisted wire and inset green and turquoise stone eyes Quantity: 2 height.

Bracelet (one of a pair)  Date: ca. 400 Geography: Made in, probably Rome Culture: Byzantine Medium: Gold

Bracelet (one of a pair) Date: ca. 400 Geography: Made in probably Rome Culture: Byzantine Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: 2 x 2 x 1 in. x x cm) strap: 6 in.

medievalvisions:  Pair of Byzantine gold earrings, 10th century...

medievalvisions: “ Pair of Byzantine gold earrings, century CE. Courtesy of Christie’s.

СОКРОВИЩА ВИЗАНТИИ

СОКРОВИЩА ВИЗАНТИИ

Pair of spherical gold earrings.    Greek, Archaic or Classical. 6th–5th century B.C. Gold, enamel

Pair of spherical gold earrings Period: Archaic or Classical Date: century B. Culture: Greek Medium: Gold, enamel Dimensions: Other: 1 in. cm) Classification: Gold and Silver

These are two thick gold hoop earrings are from 12th century Iran.

Seljuk Jewelry

Thick gold hoop earrings from century Iran. They are thick gold wire, which ends in a dragon’s head. The dragon’s eyes are set with turquoise and the other stones are citrine. The earrings are high.

PAIR OF LATE ROMAN OR EARLY BYZANTINE GOLD EAR PENDANTS, 5th-6th Century AD

Pair of Late Roman or Byzantine Gold Ear Pendants, Central front panel with grape leaves and clusters beneath boss, twisted loop wire and stationary pendant with cruciform design, ca.

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