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Bracelet, A.D. 500s–600s, Byzantine Gold, 2 1/4 in. diam. Image courtesy of the Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens:

Bracelet, A.D. 500s–600s, Byzantine Gold, 2 1/4 in. diam. Image courtesy of the Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens:

A Byzantine lunula pendant on chain. Gold, sardonyx, emeralds, sapphire, pearls. Syria, about 600AD. #Byzantine #necklace

A Byzantine lunula pendant on chain. Gold, sardonyx, emeralds, sapphire, pearls. Syria, about 600AD. #Byzantine #necklace

Pair of gold bracelets with lapis lazuli, pearl and glass. Early Byzantine, 5th - 7th century A.D.

Pair of gold bracelets with lapis lazuli, pearl and glass. Early Byzantine, 5th - 7th century A.D.

Ring aus dem Grab Heinrichs IV. Foto: Domschatz im Historisches Museum der Pfalz Speyer 2011

Ring aus dem Grab Heinrichs IV. Foto: Domschatz im Historisches Museum der Pfalz Speyer 2011

Goldener Fingerring  salisch, 1. Hälfte 11. Jhdt.  Doppelkonische Ringschiene in Gestalt zweier Löwen mit Kopf und Tatzen. Die rechteckige Platte mit gemeißelter, lateinischer Inschrift "PAX". Durchmesser 26 mm, Gewicht 25 g.

Goldener Fingerring salisch, Hälfte Jhdt. Doppelkonische Ringschiene in Gestalt zweier Löwen mit Kopf und Tatzen. Die rechteckige Platte mit gemeißelter, lateinischer Inschrift "PAX". Durchmesser 26 mm, Gewicht 25 g.

Metal detecting find from Holland. Dated anywhere from 11th to 16th century but most likely 13th/14the century. Obviously high carat gold and the stone looks like emerald but could be glass.

Metal detecting find from Holland. Dated anywhere from 11th to 16th century but most likely 13th/14the century. Obviously high carat gold and the stone looks like emerald but could be glass.

A Renaissance pendant in the shape of a parrot, 1560-1570, southern Germany. The richly decorated pendant is a typical example of animal designs in Renaissance jewellery. The parrot is regarded as a symbol of the Virgin, and the hare and snail in this context stand for female virtues. #Renaissance #antique #pendant

A Renaissance pendant in the shape of a parrot, 1560-1570, southern Germany. The richly decorated pendant is a typical example of animal designs in Renaissance jewellery. The parrot is regarded as a symbol of the Virgin, and the hare and snail in this context stand for female virtues. #Renaissance #antique #pendant

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