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Gold earring: small wire hoop; large sub-triangular pendant with lobed edge and two empty circular bosses at base angles; suspension loops for three elongated sub-pendants (central one missing), each in form of a winged insect with a pearl at the end; all-over cloisonné garnet rhombs, discs and segments (mostly missing), green glass and pearl inlays; beaded wire border. Ostrogothic 5thC(late)-6thC(early)

large sub-triangular pendant with lobed edge and two empty circular bosses at base angles; suspension loops for three elongated sub-pendants (central one missing), each in form of a winged insect with a pearl at the end;

Early 7th century Anglo-Saxon pendant, found in Kent, gold with garnets and blue millefiori glass

Early century Anglo-Saxon pendant found in Kent gold with garnets & blue millefiori glass

This old ring typically Moghul shows all the refinement of the "orphèvres of tradition" who are still very present in great metropolitan centers like Jaipur or Delhi. 20ct gold, diamonds, glass, enamel, India

gold, diamonds, glass, enamel, India Description: This old ring typically Moghul shows all the refinement of the orphèvres of tradition who are still ve…

AN OSTROGOTH TEMPORAL GOLD PENDANT, ca. 6th century AD. The large pendant with a 14 facet gold bead set with semiprecious stones

AN OSTROGOTH TEMPORAL GOLD PENDANT, ca. 6th century AD. The large pendant with a 14 facet gold bead set with semiprecious stones

Women locket - gold, enamel. Three symbolic drawings, as The Tree of Life, Falcon (the symbol of Russia), eternity. The 11-12th centuries, kept in The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Chains, called riazni, were created from small cloisonné enamel medallions. The chains may have joined layers of dress, been worn as necklaces or bracelets, or used to suspend circular or crescent-shaped pendants known as temple pendants or kolti

Anglo-Saxon disc brooch from Faversham, England, c. early 7th century. Image taken from the Met’s collections.

Disk Brooch early century Made in, Faversham, England Anglo-Saxon Medium:Gold sheet, garnets with patterned foil backings, blue glass

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