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Cosmetics Jar  Byzantine, 6th century AD  The Cleveland Museum of Art

Cosmetics Jar Byzantine, 6th century AD The Cleveland Museum of Art

Cosmetic Jar, 500-550      Byzantium, probably Syria, early Byzantine period, 6th century      ivory and gold, Overall - h:4.80 w:4.00 cm (h:1 7/8 w:1 9/16 inches).

Cosmetic Jar, 500-550 Byzantium, probably Syria, early Byzantine period, 6th century ivory and gold, Overall - h:4.80 w:4.00 cm (h:1 7/8 w:1 9/16 inches).

Late 15th century dresser

Late 15th century dresser

Byzantine Silver and Ivory Cross Pendant, 6th-8th century A.D.- FEMMES DE CHARLEMAGNE 4) FASTRADE DE FRANCONIE, 1: Fastrade, née vers 765 et morte le 10 aout 794, est une aristocrate de l'époque carolingienne, épouse de Charlemagne de 783 à 794. Elle est la fille de RAOUL III de FRANCONIE et d'AEDA DE BAVIERE. Elle épouse Charlemagne en octobre 783 à Worms, suite au décès d'Hildegarde de Vintzgau.

Byzantine Silver and Ivory Cross Pendant, 6th-8th century A.D.- FEMMES DE CHARLEMAGNE 4) FASTRADE DE FRANCONIE, 1: Fastrade, née vers 765 et morte le 10 aout 794, est une aristocrate de l'époque carolingienne, épouse de Charlemagne de 783 à 794. Elle est la fille de RAOUL III de FRANCONIE et d'AEDA DE BAVIERE. Elle épouse Charlemagne en octobre 783 à Worms, suite au décès d'Hildegarde de Vintzgau.

Signet ring pyramidal. Gold, filigree, garnet - late sixth - early seventh century. Louvre Museum

Signet ring pyramidal. Gold, filigree, garnet - late sixth - early seventh century. Louvre Museum

Button, 500s                                                Byzantium, early Byzantine period, 6th century

Button, 500s Byzantium, early Byzantine period, 6th century

Papua New Guinea ~ East Sepik (province) ~ Ambunti (district) ~ Chambri (sub-district) ~ Kabriman (village) | An armband given to young Kapirman boys after they have completed their initiation ceremony as a symbol of their new status as men | Tortoise shell, vegetable fiber and natural pigments | ca. mid 20th century

Papua New Guinea ~ East Sepik (province) ~ Ambunti (district) ~ Chambri (sub-district) ~ Kabriman (village) | An armband given to young Kapirman boys after they have completed their initiation ceremony as a symbol of their new status as men | Tortoise shell, vegetable fiber and natural pigments | ca. mid 20th century

Early Byzantine Period, Circa 3rd - 5th c. CE Dimensions: 2,8 x 1,8 cm Material: Glass & Gold Condition: Intact Region: Western Asia

Early Byzantine Period, Circa 3rd - 5th c. CE Dimensions: 2,8 x 1,8 cm Material: Glass & Gold Condition: Intact Region: Western Asia

France, circa 1900, Art Nouveau ruby, diamond and gold ring

France, circa 1900, Art Nouveau ruby, diamond and gold ring

Tip of a Pointer, late 11th–first half of 12th century  Byzantine (Constantinople)  Cloisonné enamel, gold

Tip of a Pointer, late 11th–first half of 12th century Byzantine (Constantinople) Cloisonné enamel, gold

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