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St. Louis Relic Crown of the Holy Thorns  The Louvre, Paris  Purchased in 1239 from the emperor of Constantinople

Louis Relic Crown of the Holy Thorns The Louvre, Paris Purchased in 1239 from the emperor of Constantinople middle-ages

Jewelry | Louvre Museum | Paris Pair of earrings  Second half of the 6th century BC  Chiusi (?), Italy

Breathtaking, gold, and skill century BC Material: Gold)etruscan Louvre Museum

Jewelry from the Campana Collection. Musée du Louvre. ll.58. Héraclès nu en lutte avec le lion de Némée Or Estampage d.

Etruscan gold jewelry depiciting Gilgamesh knocking down the lion Louvre

Le diamant, plus qu'une pierre, une légende ! http://www.bijoux-bijouterie.com/blog/diamant-quune-pierre-legende/ #bijoux #catherinemoreau #diamant

"The Sancy, a pale yellow diamond of carats g), was once reputed to have belonged to the Mughals of antiquity, but is more likely of Indian origin owing to its cut which is unusual by Western standards.

Pair of Pendants Late 1st  early 2nd century A.D. Gold, sard, glass, glass paste Rostov Region, Tatsin District, Village of Sladkovsky Sladkovsky burial site. Barrow No. 14, Burial No. 1 Azov Museum of History, Archaeology and Paleontology

Pair of Pendants -- Late Century CE -- Gold, sard, glass & glass paste -- Rostov Region, Tatsin District, Village of Sladkovsky -- Sladkovsky Burial Site -- Barrow No. 1 -- Via The Curated Object

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