A unusual multi colored ancient glass earring from Southeast Asia most likely Cambodia. Can be used as a pendant.
Age: 300 BC to 100 BC. Size: Outside diameter 3.8cm. Condition: Perfect. Some dirt incrustation from long burial.Can be cleaned by soaking in water.
Three rare Pyu stone beads with holes for stringing.
Size: see last photo
A rare ancient natural banded agate bead made for wearing as a pendent or necklace. These beads date back to over 2,000 years.
Size: 3cm X 1cm. Condition: No breaks.
Authentic antique, 18th - 19th century, Tibetan belt pouch (coin purse) composed of silver, brass, iron and leather...
A very rare carved center agate bead with three distinctive colors surrounded by round agate beads with gold spacers of the same period. The top of the necklace is made of ceramic beads from that period.
Size: Center bead is 3.5 cm. Necklace is 48 cm from end to end.
Complete ancient crystal (choker) necklace from the Pyu Dynasty, which is now Burma or Myanmar, with various carved beads and a large center bead. Age: 100 - 500 AD. Size: Length, 36cm.
Condition: Some staining from long burial.
A beautiful vibrant blue glass earring. Most likely from Cambodia or Vietnam. Age: 300BC to 100BC. Can be used as pendant
Size: Outer diameter 3.5cm.
A large glass earring from Southeast Asia Cambodia. The earring has incrustation from being buried so long. Most of it can be removed by soaking it in water for several days. It would make a nice pendant. Size: Diameter 5cm. Condition: no chips or breaks . Age: 100 BC.
A very attractive and unique 19th Century collar necklace of natural matching-colored glass coral beads and unusually carved turquoise pieces sewn onto a heavy cloth backing and wearable. Purchased in Lhasa Tibet 18 years ago. Size: L. 42.5cm. W. 3.5cm.
Condition: No repairs and complete.
A rare mid 19th century large turquoise bead made into a necklace surrounded by an assortment of old beads. The large turquoise center bead is set in a silver/copper base.
Highly revered in Tibet, a Turquoise stone was carried throughout one’s entire life. It was exchanged as currency & the finest stones were considered more valuable than gold.It also supposed to have healing powers.
Size: 47cm end to end
Philippines Gadur from Mindanao, Philippines, Circa 16th century as described in the Orientations, September, 1978.
A Museum piece rarely found in this condition. Bronze inlaid with silver. Said to have been cast with bronze from Spanish cannons.
A beautiful quartz crystal gold ring with a unusual gold design on the stone. I feel that this is a post AngKor Wat period piece over 600 years old and is still wearable today. Quartz is clearer than photographed.
Condition: Excellant. Weight 10.9 grams
Good Turkmen Tekke “Bukhara” carpet. This piece has a few tiny holes that can’t be seen when lying on the floor and minor repairs. The kilim head ends are missing but over all very a very pretty rug with an intricate design and very supple weave and soft wool. Circa 1920, L: 160cm/63in and W: 110cm/43in.
Assort of seven Pyu gold beads. The can be part of a beautiful necklace.
Weight: 7.48 grams
A gold ring from the Pyu dynasty dating back to around 100 to 500 AD. Could be a wedding ring.
Weight. 1.65 grams. Condition:Perfect. It is wearable.
A rare ancient gold ring with a natural blue gray stone. Could be a sapphire. This ring is over 1,000 years old.
Weight: 1.74 grams
A rare ancient gold ring with a natural blue green glass. Color does not show up in photo. This ring is over 1,000 years old.
Weight: 2.54 grams
A very unique and rare red agate oval Pyu seal. The white band on the surface of the stone has been skillfully carved down to the next red layer with a sacred bull. The red in the stone is more of a ruby red than an orangery red. When looking sideways at the stone at a certain angle, you can see the crystal clear band sandwiched in between two red bands which is natural to the stone...