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A WESTERN ASIATIC GOLD AND LAPIS-LAZULI NECKLACE - CIRCA 1ST MILLENIUM B.C. | Christie's

A WESTERN ASIATIC GOLD AND LAPIS-LAZULI NECKLACE - CIRCA 1ST MILLENIUM B.C. | Christie's

Ancient Egyptian reproduction necklace of lapis lazuli beads and Ethiopian gold-washed scarabs

Nlbd1070(e)- Ancient Egyptian reproduction necklace of Lapis Lazuli beads and Ethiopian gold-washed scarabs

Old stock Lapis Lazuli beads with Ethiopian gold-washed scarab shape pendants in ancient Egyptian style. Finished with small silver vermeil beads. A copy of an ancient Egyptian necklace.

VOW stands for your 'Very Own Wish'. We believe that invention, is innovation, and this is the spirit which embodies all of Varuna D Jani's exclusive VOW creations. The jewelry conceals an ingenuous link adjustment system in its interwoven shape allowing the same piece to offer multiple options through different occasions. #Jewellery #FineJewellery #Diamonds #Designer #VarunaDJani

VOW stands for your 'Very Own Wish'. We believe that invention, is innovation, and this is the spirit which embodies all of Varuna D Jani's exclusive VOW creations. The jewelry conceals an ingenuous link adjustment system in its interwoven shape allowing the same piece to offer multiple options through different occasions. #Jewellery #FineJewellery #Diamonds #Designer #VarunaDJani

Roman glass necklaces, circa 100BC-200AD. Photo courtesy The History of Beads, by Lois Sherr Dubin.

Ancient Revival Jewelry Gallery Roman glass necklaces, circa Photo courtesy The History of Beads, by Lois Sherr Dubin.

Necklace - Roman, 3rd-5th century. Date: 3rd–5th centuryCulture: Roman (?)Medium: Gold beads, green gemsDimensions: Overall: 24 5/8 x 5/16 x 3/16 in. (62.5 x 0.8 x 0.5 cm)Classification: Metalwork-GoldCredit Line: Bequest of Walter C. Baker, 1972

NecklaceNecklace Date: century Culture: Roman (?) Medium: Gold beads, green gems Dimensions: Overall: 24 x x in.

Jewelry from The Royal Tombs of Ur.  Gold and lapis lazuli necklace.  The Sumerians, more than any other people in the world, loved lapis lazuli. For them, it represented fabulous wealth, literally and as well as figuratively. It is not  indigenous to Sumer, and was mined in faraway Afghanistan. Because it had to be imported over vast distances, it was very expensive.

~ Sumerian gold and lapis lazuli necklace. The Sumerians loved lapis lazuli but It was not indigenous to Sumer and it had to be imported over vast distances that it was very expensive.

GOLD AND LAPIS LAZULI NECKLACE, circa 1880

GOLD AND LAPIS LAZULI NECKLACE, circa Archaeological Revival necklace composed of amphora links, spaced by small lapis lazuli pendants, mounted in gold.

A Western Asiatic Lapis Lazuli and Rock Crystal Necklace, Persian Peri - Sands of Time Ancient Art

A Western Asiatic Lapis Lazuli and Rock Crystal Necklace, Persian Period, 1st millennium BC

Western Asiatic Lapis Lazuli, Gold and Rock Crystal Necklace, Persian Period, ML BC

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