An Egyptian dynasty pharaonic era princess’ crown."Circlet or Diadem of an unknown Egyptian queen or a princess, electrum. From Salhiya in the Eastern Delta. (near Avaris) Now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
1911 Art Nouveau Antique Tiara Corsage Silver Metal Vintage Wedding Grecian Goddess Garland Bridal Headdress Myrtle Flowers Costume. $200.00, via Etsy.
A WESTERN ASIATIC GOLD BEAD CIRCA 2ND MILLENNIUM B.C. Formed of sheet gold over a central core, barrel shaped and faceted, flaring at the ends to lentoid flanges, perforated horizontally 1 11/16 in. (4.3 cm.) wide
Gold pendant with granulated ornament Period: Late Bronze Age Date: ca. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Gold Dimensions: L. cm) Classification: Gold and Silver Credit Line: The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription,
Ancient Egyptians wore jewelry to show their wealth as well as to be more attractive to the Gods. The rich Egyptians would were jewelry made of gold or precious stones. The average Egyptian made their jewelry from colored pottery beads.
The Kunigunde Crown: One of the earliest known royal symbols. The crown belonged to the wife of the Emperor Henry II of Bavaria, the Empress Kunigunde. This crown was made around the early century before Bavaria became a kingdom.
ooooh I want one!Beaded Armlet Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Date: ca. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Gold, carnelian, lapis lazuli, blue and green glass, faience on bronze or copper wire
Egypt was one of the first places to recognize marriage as an important tie in society. Soon after Egypt set this law into place, the roman empire called this law "matrimony", which is how the term marriage came to be.