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Pendant in the form of a bull's head. Greek. Late Classical Period 400–330 B.C.

Pendant in the form of a bull's head. Late Classical Period B.

handcrafted animal totem jewelry, bison jewelry, buffalo totem

Bronze Buffalo w/ 7 Feathers

Medieval Gold Ring with Emerald    13th-15th century AD . A finger ring with a plain gold hoop, rectangular bezel with raised collar and central emerald cloison; the hoop possibly of slightly later date.

Bague en or et émeraude - au siècle - Angleterre Medieval Gold Ring with Emerald century AD . A finger ring with a plain gold hoop, rectangular bezel with raised collar and central emerald cloison; the hoop possibly of slightly later date.

Pendant, Greece, c.a 2nd-4th century B.C.

Pendant, MARTA :: Museo Nazionale Archeologico di Taranto, c.

Polychrome Ceramic wine jug (Rython) of a Greek or Etruscan bearded warrior from Etruria (Italy) late 4th C. BCE.

*GREECE~Polychrome Ceramic wine jug (Rython) of a Greek or Etruscan bearded warrior from Etruria (Italy) late C.

Gold armbands Greek 200 BC

classical-beauty-of-the-past: “Gold armbands Greek 200 BCE by Mary Harrsch ”

Earring with female personification. Greek, Early Hellenistic Period, 300–250 B.C. Gold; made in Turkey.

Nike, the Winged Goddess of Victory. Disk earring with pendant Nike, Greek, Hellenistic Period, B.

Airone in volo - calcedonio inciso montato in oro (V sec.a.C.) - The State Hermitage Museum

Flying Heron , century B. Ancient Greece (putting birds on things since 450 BC)

Daum Crystal Bull Figurine.  According to Wikipedia:  Currently Daum is the only commercial crystal manufacturer employing the pâte de verre (glass paste) process for art glass and crystal sculptures, a technique in which crushed glass is packed into a refractory mould and then fused in a kiln.

According to Wikipedia: Currently Daum is the only…

CLERCQ ROMAN OCTAHEDRAL DIAMOND RING Roman Empire, second half of the 3rd century to early 4th century AD Gold and rough diamond, from the Benjamin Zucker Family Collection. The 2nd largest known surviving rough #Roman #diamond ring!

Clerk Roman Octahedral Diamond Ring, Roman Empire, second half of C to early C AD

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