Aweidah Gallery is pleased to offer this ancient museum quality Sumerian beads necklace, dating from 2200 - 1800 BC
Length: 43 cm
Sumerians valued jewelry as a sign of status and wealth. Among the many achievements of the Sumerians was their craftsmanship in the production of jewelry. The people of this area adorned themselves with jewelry of ...click for details
An ancient LARGE Roman bronze coin of Emperor Diocletian, 284 - 305 AD. This GENUINE ancient Roman bronze coin of Emperor Diocletianus makes for a stunning centerpiece in this fine jewelry pendant.
The patina of the coin is a deep dark patina which wonderfully brings out the detail of the diademed emperor head in profile. The simple high polished 18 K yellow gold pendant frame contrasts well with the ancient bronze ...click for details
DirectlY from Jerusalem, ancient biblical historically important bronze coin "Prutah of Pontius Pilate. Minted in 30 AD. (Minted the very year of Christís Crucifixion & Resurrection)
Pilate was the only procurator to mint coins with symbols offensive to the Jews. This coin has a libation ladle (simpulum) on the reverse, which is a fairly frequent symbol from the Roman religion of the time, the simpulum was a ...click for details