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Mesopotamian Art

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16" Lapis necklace and 5 leaf motif charms $117
Size: 16" Long

The idea of the leaf design adornment is derived from Queen Puabi's jewelry from the Royal Tombs of Ur. This remarkable Mesopotamian collection is housed at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Queen Puabi's jewelry dates from the 3rd millennium B.C. (2600-2500 B.C.) and was discovered in the 1920s on a joint archaeological expedition of the University of Pennsylvania Museum and the British Museum.
Brass leaf motifs and lapis. Gold-filled clasp.

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Bullhead cufflinks $54
Size: 0.75" x 1"

The beautiful bull headed lyre which inspired this piece of jewelry was discovered in the so-called King's Grave in the Royal Cemetery at Ur. The instrument dates to ca. 2600-2500 BC.
It was uncovered in the late 1920's during the joint expedition to Iraq by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the British Museum.
The lyre is part of the great Mesopotamian collection at the Unbuversity of Pennsylvania Museum.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter and brass.

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Bullhead pendant, 16" chain $45
Size: 0.75" x 1"

The beautiful bull headed lyre which inspired this piece of jewelry was discovered in the so-called King's Grave in the Royal Cemetery at Ur. The instrument dates to ca. 2600-2500 BC.
It was uncovered in the late 1920's during the joint expedition to Iraq by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the British Museum.
The lyre is part of the great Mesopotamian collection at the Unbuversity of Pennsylvania Museum.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter. Gold-plate chain.

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Bullhead post earrings $57
Size: 0.75" x 1"

The beautiful bull headed lyre which inspired this piece of jewelry was discovered in the so-called King's Grave in the Royal Cemetery at Ur. The instrument dates to ca. 2600-2500 BC.
It was uncovered in the late 1920's during the joint expedition to Iraq by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the British Museum.
The lyre is part of the great Mesopotamian collection at the Unbuversity of Pennsylvania Museum.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter and brass. Sterling silver ear-posts.

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Enameled post earrings Flower motif, blue $25
Size: 3/8" x 3/8"

The earrings were inspired by Queen Puabi's jewelry from the Royal Tombs of Ur. This remarkable Mesopotamian collection is housed at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Queen Puabi's jewelry dates from the 3rd millennium B.C. (2600-2500 B.C.) and was discovered in the 1920s on a joint archaeological expedition of the University of Pennsylvania Museum and the British Museum.
Enameled 24 karat antique gold over pewter. Sterling silver ear-posts.

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Enameled post earrings Flower motif, brown $25
Size: 3/8" x 3/8"

The earrings were inspired by Queen Puabi's jewelry from the Royal Tombs of Ur. This remarkable Mesopotamian collection is housed at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Queen Puabi's jewelry dates from the 3rd millennium B.C. (2600-2500 B.C.) and was discovered in the 1920s on a joint archaeological expedition of the University of Pennsylvania Museum and the British Museum.
Enameled 24 karat antique gold over pewter. Sterling silver ear-posts.


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