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Coisas de Terê Mais

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Beautiful Cup & Saucer Set

Beautiful Cup & Saucer Set

It in no-Rudoobuwanda Wow - Antique Cup Collection (1), such as coming out to antique photo gallery - inscription Kan

It in no-Rudoobuwanda Wow - Antique Cup Collection (1), such as coming out to antique photo gallery - inscription Kan

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RINGSTONE CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. The flat oval stone engraved with a bearded head of Hercules in profile to the left, a laurel wreath in his hair; mounted as a ring in modern gold setting | Christie's

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RINGSTONE CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. The flat oval stone engraved with a bearded head of Hercules in profile to the left, a laurel wreath in his hair; mounted as a ring in modern gold setting | Christie's

colour - metallic - beautiful copper pot

colour - metallic - beautiful copper pot

6th-9th century AD. A round-section hoop of two wires with twisted spiral bezel and seven coils to the shoulders. 1.35 grams, 18mm overall, 15.89mm internal diameter (approximate size British K, USA 5 1/4, Europe 9.95, Japan 9) (3/4"). From a European collection, acquired in the 1970s.

6th-9th century AD. A round-section hoop of two wires with twisted spiral bezel and seven coils to the shoulders. 1.35 grams, 18mm overall, 15.89mm internal diameter (approximate size British K, USA 5 1/4, Europe 9.95, Japan 9) (3/4"). From a European collection, acquired in the 1970s.

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Louças antigas

Louças antigas

A ROMAN EMERALD, SILVER AND GOLD FINGER RING CIRCA LATE 2ND CENTURY A.D.

A ROMAN EMERALD, SILVER AND GOLD FINGER RING CIRCA LATE 2ND CENTURY A.D.

Byzantine ring with a double portrait. Constantinople(?), early 5th century. Gold. This fine gold ring is engraved with the portraits of a married couple. Such rings were very popular in the early Byzantine period and often displayed the facing busts flanking a cross. They appear to have been symbolic tokens of marriage but were not used in wedding ceremonies.

Byzantine ring with a double portrait. Constantinople(?), early 5th century. Gold. This fine gold ring is engraved with the portraits of a married couple. Such rings were very popular in the early Byzantine period and often displayed the facing busts flanking a cross. They appear to have been symbolic tokens of marriage but were not used in wedding ceremonies.