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This Gabriella Kiss ring showcases an elongated oval tourmaline the color of cognac.  The earthy tone is easy to mix with your daily wardrobe, making it a ring that you will be sure to enjoy wearing often!  The stone is set in the artists' signature four scalloped bezel.  <br><br>Stone measures approximately 17.6mm x 10.5mm. <br><br>Size 6.75.

yellow gold ring with an oval brown tourmaline set into a 4 scalloped bezel. Stone measures approximately x Size

Amber group featuring a man riding a ram, Han Dynasty period; exhibited at the Chengdu Archaeology - Important Archaeological Finds and Excavated Relics in Chengdu Region Exhibition June 1-August 1, 2018, at Jinsha Site Museum, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China

Amber group featuring a man riding a ram, Han Dynasty period; exhibited at the Chengdu Archaeology - Important Archaeological Finds and Excavated Relics in Chengdu Region Exhibition June 1-August 1, 2018, at Jinsha Site Museum, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China

BERBER necklace with qabbalah - "this amber necklace carries a silver pendant, chiselled with the diagram of the qabbalah. In short: it is a mystique technique, using algebric formulas to reach God. In this case used as an amulet against evil.

BERBER necklace with qabbalah - "this amber necklace carries a silver pendant, chiselled with the diagram of the qabbalah. In short: it is a mystique technique, using algebric formulas to reach God. In this case used as an amulet against evil. In place of

archaicwonder: “Greek Gold Necklace with Amber Pendants. c. 6th-4th Century BC Throughout antiquity amber was very much appreciated. However, as a natural material, it is prone to decay and rarely survives. In ancient times, the main source of amber...

archaicwonder: “Greek Gold Necklace with Amber Pendants. Century BC Throughout antiquity amber was very much appreciated. However, as a natural material, it is prone to decay and rarely survives. In ancient times, the main source of amber.

Greek Gold Necklace with Amber Pendants. c. 6th-4th Century BC Throughout antiquity amber was very much appreciated. However, as a natural material, it is prone to decay and rarely survives. In ancient times, the main source of amber was the Baltic coast and from there various trade roads brought it to the Mediterranean. Mycenaeans imported amber beads from as early as the Geometric and Oriental periods. Greek craftsmen used amber, as did the Etruscans, until around 500 BC, when the supply…

archaicwonder: “Greek Gold Necklace with Amber Pendants. Century BC Throughout antiquity amber was very much appreciated. However, as a natural material, it is prone to decay.