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A pair of first century earrings, from a tomb in Tillia Tepe, Afghanistan | Image from when they were on display at the 'Afghanistan, Rediscovered Treasures' exhibition at Muse Guimet in 2006 in Paris, France.

A pair of century earrings, from a tomb in Tillia Tepe, Afghanistan, at Muse Guimet in 2006 in Paris, France. Thierry Ollivier/Muse Guimet/Getty Images - the heart symbol is apparently a very old one

Earring    Object Number: 30-12-716A  Provenience: Iraq  Ur  Locus: PG 1237/16  Section: Near Eastern  Materials: Gold  Description: Larger, gold.  Credit Line: joint British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq. The royal tombs of UR.

Earring Object Number: Provenience: Iraq Ur Locus: PG Section: Near Eastern Materials: Gold Description: Larger, gold. Credit Line: joint British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq. The royal tombs of UR.

What Varys would wear with Tears of Lys in it. Bottle-Amulet/Roman with Wicker Beading, 3rd-2nd Centuries B.C.

Bottle-Amulet/Roman with Wicker Beading, Centuries B. (Or it's the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch, I think we should be open to that possibility.

Tillia Tepe - Bracelets à décor d'antilope - Tombe II - Or, turquoise et cornaline

Scythian, First century bracelets adorned with antelopes, measuring x from a tomb in Tillia Tepe, Afghanistan; gold and turquoise with garnet eyes.

(DETAIL OF PENDANT Gold necklace with medallion depicting a Goddess, Roman Period (30 BC-300AD), gold & green glass, 17.25" long. Egypt

Gold Necklace with Medallion Depicting a Goddess, Egypt, Roman Period BCE - 300 CE) Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Currently not on view Source

Gold ring set with emeralds, late  Roman, 4th century possibly 5th A.D.

Rosamaria G Frangini High Jewellery Ancient Gold Ring Set with Emeralds Roman, century

Hellenistic Gold Butterfly Necklace -- 2nd Century BCE -- Gold, garnet & emerald.

Hellenistic Gold Butterfly Necklace Culture : Greek, Hellenistic Period : Hellenistic, century B. Material : Gold, Garnet, and Emerald Dimensions : L.

A display of Cycladic jewelry from Neolithic times to present is on display at the renovated Archaeological Museum of Mykonos. - See more at: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2016/08/10/ancient-cycladic-jewelry-on-display-at-mykonos-museum/#sthash.7g04AkoX.dpuf

Gold cupid earrings with semi-precious stones, made on Delos, late to early century BC.

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