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Roman  Pendant with an intaglio portrait of Socrates, 2nd century A.D.  Black jasper and gold

Black jasper and gold Roman pendant with an intaglio portrait of Socrates, circa century A.

A ROMAN GOLD PENDANT, ca. 1st-3rd century AD. Circular in form set with a carved garnet intaglio.

A ROMAN GOLD PENDANT, ca. 1st-3rd century AD. Circular in form set with a carved garnet intaglio.

Roman-Byzantine  Gold ring with sardonyx intaglio  3rd century BCE  Adornment  Gold with reddish sardonyx

Roman-Byzantine Gold ring with sardonyx intaglio century BCE Adornment Gold with reddish sardonyx

UNA COLLANA di ventuno pietre romane in AMETISTA CIRCA 1 ª -2 ª secolo d.C Le pietre incise: una con un busto drappeggiato di profilo a destra, una con un busto di Minerva di profilo a sinistra, indossa la sua egida e un elmo crestato, una con una standing di nudo di Eros alato che tiene un vaso, una con un busto drappeggiato di una dea alata di profilo a sinistra, una con una piscina caprico... Altro... — con Cristina Pierini

A necklace of twenty-one Roman amethyst ring stones circa century century A. all mounted as a necklace in a Renaissance-style setting of octagonal linked segments looped together, with pearls projecting from the loops 19 in.

*A Roman Gold Ring, ca 1st century BC/AD | Sands of Time Ancient Art

a small gold finger ring, the plain hoop bifurcated toward the shoulders, the upper and lower bands decorated with stemmed grape clusters, the open center with

Morocco ~ Fez | 'Lebba' ~ necklace; gold set with emeralds, rubies and other precious stones. Emamelled in floral motifs. | ca. 18th century | 36'750€ ~ sold (Mar '11)

Morocco ~ Fez | 'Lebba' ~ necklace; gold set with emeralds, rubies and other precious stones. Emamelled in floral motifs. | ca. 18th century | 36'750€ ~ sold (Mar '11)

Eleven oval gold cells, each containing a highly polished cabochon emerald, were soldered together to form this ring. The emeralds are closely matched in color and clarity. Roman emeralds found in jewelry are typically cloudy and with many inclusions, and they were most often used in their natural crystal form rather than polished to a cabochon (convex) shape.

Antiques Rings Eleven oval gold cells, each containing a highly polished cabochon emerald, were soldered together to form this ring.

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