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Home > Greek, Etruscan and Roman

Greek, Etruscan and Roman

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Greek - Spiral motif post earrings with garnet $40
Size: 5/8" x 1 1/4"

The dangle earrings depict a circle motif that had originated in ancient Greece.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter, enhanced with garnet cabochons. Sterling silver posts.




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Greek, Alexander the Great cufflinks $51
Size: 7/8" Diameter

The coin motif is a replica of a Greek Drachm issed by Alexander the Great, Circa 330 BC.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter and brass.

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Greek, Athena coin cufflinks $51
Size: 5/8" Diameter

The coin motif is a replica of a Greek Hemidrachm, issued by Pharsalos Thessaly (480-450BC). The image of the head of Athena, the goddess of wisdom.
Silver-plate over pewter and brass.

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Greek, Athena coin cufflinks $51
Size: 5/8" Diameter

The coin motif is a replica of a Greek Hemidrachm, issued by Pharsalos Thessaly (480-450BC). The image of the head of Athena, the goddess of wisdom.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter and brass.

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Greeko Egyptian Ram brooch $55
Size: 1.75" x 2"

The Ram symbolizes creative heat, eadurance, fertility, gentleness, knowledge, peace, strength and sun.
In Christianity it represents the deliverer or leader Christ.
Ram is a Hebrew symbol of sacrifice.
It is the emblem of the Persian Empire.
In Greek mythology, ram is savior of Odysseus and Phixus.
In Ancient Egypt it typifies soul.
24K antique gold-plate over pewter.

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Roman - double snake motif brooch $54
Size: 7/8" x 1 7/8"

Inspired by armbands in the form of serpents, reflecting a fashion current in the first century A.D. during the Roman Imperial Period.
From the collection of The Brooklyn Museum of Art.
24K gold-plate over pewter.


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