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Necklace Composed of Beads and Bird Pendants | Vani, Western Georgia, ca. 450 B.C. | Gold

century BC necklace from Vani, Georgia. Part of the Georgian National Museum collection

Myceneae, rich in gold | by Andy Montgomery

(Millennium Oldest Gold) Mycenaean Gold Necklace. rich in Gold. ca 1600 BCE. Grave in Circle A at Mycenae, Greece.

Collier avec scarabées - PERIOD: Classical Greece (480-323 B.C). Etruscan period (8th-3rd century B.C). Hellenistic period (323-31 B.C) PRODUCTION SITE: Etrurie (région historique) (origine), Tarente (origine), DISCOVERY SITE: provenance incertaine, Vulci (origine). TECHNIC/MATERIAL: cornelian , gold (metal). | Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Stéphane Maréchalle.

Collier avec scarabées - PERIOD: Classical Greece (480-323 B.C). Etruscan period (8th-3rd century B.C). Hellenistic period (323-31 B.C) PRODUCTION SITE: Etrurie (région historique) (origine), Tarente (origine), DISCOVERY SITE: provenance incertaine, Vulci (origine). TECHNIC/MATERIAL: cornelian , gold (metal). | Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Stéphane Maréchalle.

Check out the weave on this necklace!  Necklace, Late Hellenistic, 1st century b.c. Greek  Gold, garnet, agate

Necklace, Late Hellenistic, century B. Greek gold, garnet, and agate. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Necklace with Horned Lion's Head Finials Material(s): Gold Date of Object: 3rd century BC Origin: Greek Measurements(s): L: 40cm; Weight: 12.83g Provenance: The Georgian National Museum Find Location: Vani

Necklace with Horned Lion's Head Finials Material(s): Gold Date of Object: century BC Origin: Greek Measurements(s): L: Weight: Provenance: The Georgian National Museum Find Location: Vani

Romano-Egyptian gold snake ring, 1st century BC.

Roman necklace, circa century C. Gold, with amethyst stone. Currently at the Getty Villa Museum.

Vandal gold and glass necklace. From the Czéke burial site, c.300 AD or early 4th century. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Say what you like about the Vandals. At least they weren't Visigoths in their taste in jewelry. Vandal gold and glass necklace. From the Czékeburial site, around 300 AD or early century AD.

Description: Necklace with Rhomboid Pendants: and 36 (or 72?) tubular beads Material(s): GoldDate of Object: 400-350 BC Origin: Colchian

Description: Necklace with Rhomboid Pendants: and 36 (or tubular beads Material(s): GoldDate of Object: BC Origin: Colchian

Necklace composed of 125 Turtle Pendants with granulation + 52 beads = total 83 units Material(s): Gold Date of Object: Mid-5th century BC Origin: Colchian Measurements(s): H of beads: 2.96cm, L of chain: 33cm, Weight: 85.91g Provenance: The Georgian National Museum Find Location: Vani, Grave 11

Necklace composed of 125 Turtle Pendants with granulation + 52 beads = total

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