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Earring with inscribed gemstone | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Earring with inscribed gemstone Roman Late Imperial Period 4th century A.D. The earring is inset with sardonyx intaglios. It has one square stone inscribed (in Greek) TE KALE (“To the beautiful one”) and one teardrop-shaped pendant inscribed with a wreath. This earring forms a pair with 66.318b.

Etruscan (strung into a necklace in modern times), 6th century BCE, Plain and granulated beads, gold

A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS EARRINGS Circa 2nd-3rd Century A.D. Each drop-shaped, set with a blue glass and framed by a pair of twisted ribbons punctuated by granules, a bow below of sheet with incised grooves and voluted ends, a cluster of granules in the center, the lower edge with a beaded wire border from which is suspended three lengths of loop-in-loop chain, each terminating in a glass bead and a large and small hollow sphere, a hooked ear wire in back

Gem with fishing scene. Roman 3rd–4th century A.D. Green jasper. | © 2015 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. CLICK to enlarge

Gold Minoan Bee Necklace

Roman gold pendant, first century AD

A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD AND GARNET EARRINGS CIRCA 2ND CENTURY A.D.

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Golden Earrings - Roman, 1st - 2 Century.

Ear-ring.Roman, 0-200Gold, pearl