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Pair Of Byzantine Bracelets | 5th-7th Century CE | Gold, lapis lazuli, glass & pearl | Valued 310,000-450,000 US dollars; via Christie's

Pair Of Byzantine Bracelets | 5th-7th Century CE | Gold, lapis lazuli, glass & pearl | Valued 310,000-450,000 US dollars; via Christie's

Pendant reliquary cross, gold and precious gems about 1450-1475. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. #MedievalJewelry

Pendant reliquary cross, gold and precious gems about 1450-1475. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. #MedievalJewelry

Lot: Byzantine Gold Cross Pendant with Garnets, Lot Number: 1008, Starting Bid: £300, Auctioneer: TimeLine Auctions Ltd., Auction: TimeLine Auctions - Antiquities, Date: March 15th, 2013 MSK

Lot: Byzantine Gold Cross Pendant with Garnets, Lot Number: 1008, Starting Bid: £300, Auctioneer: TimeLine Auctions Ltd., Auction: TimeLine Auctions - Antiquities, Date: March 15th, 2013 MSK

A BYZANTINE GOLD AND EMERALD CROSS PENDANT CIRCA 6TH CENTURY A.D. The hollow tapering cylindrical arms centered by a collar set with a cabochon emerald, fringed with granulation, a plain disk at the intersection on the back, an integral suspension loop above

A BYZANTINE GOLD AND EMERALD CROSS PENDANT CIRCA 6TH CENTURY A.D. The hollow tapering cylindrical arms centered by a collar set with a cabochon emerald, fringed with granulation, a plain disk at the intersection on the back, an integral suspension loop above

Pectoral Cross [Byzantine] (2005.38) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pectoral Cross [Byzantine] (2005.38) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A BYZANTINE GOLD AND EMERALD PENDANT CROSS AND CHAIN Circa 5th-7th Century A.D. The cross with flaring arms radiating from a central square, a large granule between each arm and at each corner, a square section of mother-of-pearl bezel-set in the center, and emeralds set in each arm, a suspension loop above, the cross suspended on a figure-8 loop-in-loop chain with cruciform terminals formed of four large granules, ending in a modern hook and loop closure

A BYZANTINE GOLD AND EMERALD PENDANT CROSS AND CHAIN Circa 5th-7th Century A.D. The cross with flaring arms radiating from a central square, a large granule between each arm and at each corner, a square section of mother-of-pearl bezel-set in the center, and emeralds set in each arm, a suspension loop above, the cross suspended on a figure-8 loop-in-loop chain with cruciform terminals formed of four large granules, ending in a modern hook and loop closure

79,00 euro. Posy brooch from the 15th-16th century. This brooch is engraved on the obverse with the inscription in French: “canc*ds / epaer / tir” which is equal to modern French “sans departir” – “Without being parted''. The reverse is engraved with a wreath of bows and pine sprigs. The brooch is a reproduction of the medieval brooch which is on display in the collection of the V&A Museum.

79,00 euro. Posy brooch from the 15th-16th century. This brooch is engraved on the obverse with the inscription in French: “canc*ds / epaer / tir” which is equal to modern French “sans departir” – “Without being parted''. The reverse is engraved with a wreath of bows and pine sprigs. The brooch is a reproduction of the medieval brooch which is on display in the collection of the V&A Museum.

99,00 euro. 14th century pendant with a dog and green flowers, decorated with enamel. Inspired by the exhibit from Metmuseum, New York.

99,00 euro. 14th century pendant with a dog and green flowers, decorated with enamel. Inspired by the exhibit from Metmuseum, New York.

49,00 euro. Silver ring with quatrefoil. Quatrefoil as the symbol of luck has been well-known since Ancient times. In the Middle Ages the quatrefoil belonged to the traditional Christian symbolism and represented the Four Evangelists: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. This is a good example of the sacral jewelry design in the late Medieval Period. The ring is a reproduction of the 14th century ring, which was found near Wimborne, Dorset, UK.

49,00 euro. Silver ring with quatrefoil. Quatrefoil as the symbol of luck has been well-known since Ancient times. In the Middle Ages the quatrefoil belonged to the traditional Christian symbolism and represented the Four Evangelists: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. This is a good example of the sacral jewelry design in the late Medieval Period. The ring is a reproduction of the 14th century ring, which was found near Wimborne, Dorset, UK.

AN OUTSTANDING GOLD ENAMELED FINGER RING. - France, 13th century.

AN OUTSTANDING GOLD ENAMELED FINGER RING. - France, 13th century.