Double-sided gold earrings with pearls from Travancore,India.Susan L. Beningson Collection.
Headdress ornament of Islamic Culture in the shape of Double Bird
Sarpech clip with platinum, diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds by Van Cleef & Arpels, 1924
Picture: Van Cleef & Arpels Collection
Earring wore by Ostrogothic people made of Gold and green glass or emerald
Earrings with beaded-wire rosette and solid-cast figures of Eros, sold for $25,000(Rs.1625000 approx)
Padakkam made of gold, rubies, diamonds, emeralds from Karnataka,India.
A Pair of earrings of Indian(probably Andhra Pradesh) Culture.
Marriage necklace (thali) in gold, Chettinad, 19th century.
Picture: Musée Barbier-Mueller, Geneva
This three-piece diadem(crown) is a rare example of early Indian jewelry. Four kinnaris—half-bird, half-female celestial celebrants dominate the design. It was probably made in Kashmir, judging by the likeness of the kinnaris to those depicted on the ninth-century temple of Avantisvamin at Avantipur, Kashmir.
Gold pendant for a deity, set with rubies and emeralds, some of them engraved, and diamonds from South India. Susan L. Beningson Collection.
The articulate bracelet consists of two basic parts. One is an elaborate hoop, which is composed of rhomboid gold elements with additional granulation. The second is the central ornament, which is made up of six square box settings around a seventh setting that is similar but rectangular in shape; all are set with emeralds.
This cast buckle depicts a heraldic composition with two felines biting the necks of two ibexes whose legs are folded beneath them. Although symmetrical confronted animals suggest a Scythian background, this plaque is surely later and also reflects an artistic environment much farther east.
Greco-Roman and Ancient European earring from 3rd century
Works in gold made by the Tairona people of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in north Colombia emphasize volume and three-dimensional form.
Earrings with granulation, filigree and bezel-set glass, sold for $5,000
Hair ornament or crown of Indonesian (Central Java) Culture.
Armband of Central or Eastern Javanese period and of Indonesian (Java) Culture.
Necklace from a tomb at the ancient city of Nimrud, in Iraq - Nimrud was the capital of Ashurnasirpal II, an Assyrian king of the 9th century BC.
Pair of gold earrings with a disk and Eros of Hellenistic Period and Greek Culture.
Elaborate diadems or necklaces featuring centerpieces of inlaid stones, pendants, and beaded chains go back to 3rd- and 2nd-century Greek jewelry. This necklace was found on the neck of the deceased; as the symbol of the soul, the butterfly was an appropriate motif for a burial gift.
Necklace made of gold, jade, coral of Italian Culture.
A pair of lion-form gold earrings from Persia. Each composed of gold, hammered and chased, designed as stylish lions decorated with twisted wire and inset green and turquoise stone eyes.
Earring Of Etruscan revival design, the central garnet cabochons set within a circular gold plaque of applied ropetwist and bead decoration, suspended from a gold surmount of similar detail, with hook fittings, mounted in 14 carat yellow gold.
Gold necklace with twelve roman ringstones.
Armlet made of Gold, filigree and granulation and Islamic Culture found in Iran.
Gold cobra-head braid ornament (nagar) set with rubies, emeralds, diamonds, and pearls from South India.Susan L. Beningson Collection
Gold earring in the form of a dove from Hellenistic period of Greek Culture.