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Etruscan - Tiara. IV century BC. Provenance: Perugia | Louvre Museum

Etruscan - Tiara. IV century BC. Provenance: Perugia | Louvre Museum

Gold Serpentine bow fibula, known as the Chiusi fibula Second half of the 7th century BC Castelluccio di Pienza, Chiusi, Italy

Gold Serpentine bow fibula, known as the Chiusi fibula Second half of the 7th century BC Castelluccio di Pienza, Chiusi, Italy

gemma-antiqua: “ Two Etruscan amulets, both dated to the 5th century BCE. The left is of an arrowhead capped with gold, and on the right is a shark tooth. Both are from the Thorvaldsens Museum. ”

gemma-antiqua: “ Two Etruscan amulets, both dated to the 5th century BCE. The left is of an arrowhead capped with gold, and on the right is a shark tooth. Both are from the Thorvaldsens Museum. ”

King Christian IV's crown from 1596.

King Christian IV's crown from 1596.

i love the industrial yet soft look of these earrings by artist Jude Clarke. www.facerejewelryart.com/artist.php?id=6

i love the industrial yet soft look of these earrings by artist Jude Clarke. www.facerejewelryart.com/artist.php?id=6

Reconstituton de la couronne de Charles V, roi de France de 1364 à 1380. La couronne authentique fut monnayée, pierre apès pierre, sous le règne de Charles VI, afin de faire face aux difficultés financières dues à l'envahissement de la France par les Anglais. La reconstitution a nécessité 1 600 heures de travail.

Reconstituton de la couronne de Charles V, roi de France de 1364 à 1380. La couronne authentique fut monnayée, pierre apès pierre, sous le règne de Charles VI, afin de faire face aux difficultés financières dues à l'envahissement de la France par les Anglais. La reconstitution a nécessité 1 600 heures de travail.

Bonhams : Fine African, Oceanic and Pre-Columbian Art

Bonhams : Fine African, Oceanic and Pre-Columbian Art

Etruscan gold hair clips for plaits, from Cerveteri, Lazio (7th cent.b.C.) - Museo di Villa Giulia, Roma

Etruscan gold hair clips for plaits, from Cerveteri, Lazio (7th cent.b.C.) - Museo di Villa Giulia, Roma

Gold Earring Fragment, 6-7th century, made in Northern France, Etruscan culture

Gold Earring Fragment, 6-7th century, made in Northern France, Etruscan culture

Fibula (Pin), 300s BC                                                Italy, Etruscan, 4th Century BC

Fibula (Pin), 300s BC Italy, Etruscan, 4th Century BC

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