Necklace, 400-350 BC Classical Greek (Source: The British Museum)
Greek hairnet from Egypt bearing a bust of Aphrodite and her son Eros. The crossed chains are decorated with Dionysiac masks. The decoration style appears to be connected to the Ptolemies, and the face of the bust resembles Queen Arsinoe III of Egypt. Gold, garnet, glass paste; 220-100 BC, JP Getty Museum.
A ROMAN GLASS BEAD NECKLACE - CIRCA 200 B.C.-100 A.D.
Pair of gold armbands Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. 200 B.C. Culture…
Circa 4th-3rd Century B.C., Hellenistic Gold Oak Wreath
Persia - Seljuk | Group of gold filigree jewellery; two bracelets of interlinking design decorated with openwork filigree, one bracelet composed of seven openwork flowerheads mounted with polychrome stones, and two triangular pendants worked in filigree a
Sappho EarringJewelryGreek, 4th century BC Creation Place: Halmyrus (Thessaly) Gold
Mycenaean gold necklace 1300 BC <3. Consider a multiple 3 tier style, or use last chain over neck to sustain lower 2 tier.
Bracelet -- Circa 40-20 BCE -- Greek or Roman -- Late Hellenistic or Early Imperial Period
Gold cross, part of a pectoral ornament. From the Ionian island of Corfu. Made of pierced gold leaf with an applied filigree decoration forming foliate "cases" it is encrusted with gems and pearls. Similar crosses are also encountered on Patmos in the Dodecanese islands. 18th-19th c. unknown artist | Benaki Museum of Greek Civilization