Artifacts

Byzantine Gold Ring, 6th -8th Century AD With cabochons of garnet, emerald, lapis lazuli, quartz and a central pearl. Constantinople Byzantine, Byzantine Ring, Imperiul Roman, Byzantine Gold, Byzantine Jewelry, Byzantine Rings, Ancient Jewels, Ancient Jewellery, Renaissance Jewelry
Byzantine Gold Ring, 6th -8th Century AD With cabochons of garnet, emerald, lapis lazuli, quartz and a central pearl.
Scorpion. Signet ring of Horemheb, the last pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty of Egypt. Louvre Museum, Paris Ancient Egypt, Ancient Artefacts, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Egypt Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Ancient Egyptian Art, Antique Jewelry, Ancient Artifacts
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Scorpion. Signet ring of Horemheb, the last pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty of Egypt. Louvre Museum, Paris
Early Christian Gemstone Ring Date: 4th–5th century Culture: Roman Medium: Gold, garnets, and emerald Dimensions: Bezel 3 x 17 x 18 mm.; circumference 55 mm.; weight 4.2 gr. Roman, Roman Jewelry, Antique Rings, Medieval Jewelry, Antique Jewellery
Early Christian Gemstone Ring | Roman | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Early Christian Gemstone Ring Date: 4th–5th century Culture: Roman Medium: Gold, garnets, and emerald Dimensions: Bezel 3 x 17 x 18 mm.; circumference 55 mm.; weight 4.2 gr.
Late Antique Gemstone Ring Date: 4th century Culture: Roman Medium: Gold and garnets Dimensions: Hoop outer diam. 27.8 mm; hoop inner diam. 17.8 mm.; weight 5.04 gr. Batu, Gold, Antik, Armband, Pomellato
Late Antique Gemstone Ring | Roman | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Late Antique Gemstone Ring Date: 4th century Culture: Roman Medium: Gold and garnets Dimensions: Hoop outer diam. 27.8 mm; hoop inner diam. 17.8 mm.; weight 5.04 gr.
Two-Finger Ring Date: early 6th century Culture: Byzantine Medium: Gold, amethyst, emerald, glass, pearl Metal
Two-Finger Ring | Byzantine | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Two-Finger Ring Date: early 6th century Culture: Byzantine Medium: Gold, amethyst, emerald, glass, pearl
Golden ring with garnet. Roman, 3rd century A.D Metallica, Bronze, Jewels, Ringe
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Golden ring with garnet. Roman, 3rd century A.D
An ancient Roman gold and garnet finger ring with open work gold band of c-scrolls and set with a cabochon garnet bezel in the form of an amphora. Museums, Bijoux, Ring Size, Gold Finger Rings, Ring
Roman Gold and Garnet Ring
An ancient Roman gold and garnet finger ring with open work gold band of c-scrolls and set with a cabochon garnet bezel in the form of an amphora.
Gold ring set with emeralds, late Roman, 4th century possibly 5th A.D. Bracelets, Gold Rings Jewelry, Gold Jewelry, Ancient Gold Ring, Jewelry Design
Gold ring set with emeralds, late Roman, 4th century possibly 5th A.D.
Gold and cameo glass ring. Early or Mid-Imperial, 1st–2nd century A.D. Roman, Cypriot Medium. Gold & Gems Cameo Jewelry, Old Jewelry, Jewelery
Gold ring with glass cameo in bezel | Roman, Cypriot | Early or Mid Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gold and cameo glass ring. Early or Mid-Imperial, 1st–2nd century A.D. Roman, Cypriot Medium. Gold & Gems
BYZANTINE GOLD CROSS RING Jewellery Rings, Cross Ring, Cross Jewelry, Gold Ring, Jewelry Rings
BYZANTINE GOLD CROSS RING
A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD EARRINGS Art Nouveau, Romanesque, Vintage, Roman Gold Earrings
A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD EARRINGS , CIRCA 3RD CENTURY A.D. | Christie's
A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD EARRINGS
Classical Greek gold ring, circa 450BC Ancient Greece, Statue, Ancient Greek
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Classical Greek gold ring, circa 450BC
a gold object laying on the ground with rocks and gravel around it in the dark
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Lost Egyptian City Revealed after 1,200 years under the sea - Breathtaking!
Etruscan ring gilt silver - 6th-early 5th century B.C. -The bezel is in the form of a cartouche, a shape ultimately of Egyptian origin that the Phoenicians disseminated in the western Mediterranean. The three mythological creatures that decorate it—winged lion, siren, and scarab beetle—came from the East as well. Etruscan Jewelry, Ancient
Silver gilt ring | Etruscan | Archaic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Etruscan ring gilt silver - 6th-early 5th century B.C. -The bezel is in the form of a cartouche, a shape ultimately of Egyptian origin that the Phoenicians disseminated in the western Mediterranean. The three mythological creatures that decorate it—winged lion, siren, and scarab beetle—came from the East as well.
a man in a scuba suit standing next to a large object under the ocean water
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