A nice assortment of eighteen ancient gold beads. Ancient gold beads are made from natural occurring gold which is around 22 karat pure gold. Will make a nice necklace.
Weight: 15.36 grams. Size: See last photo.
A beautiful well made crystal necklace with all matching crystal beads.
Size:44cm. end to end. The beads average in size 1.7 x 1.3 cm. Age Late 19th century.
A beautiful ancient glass bangle in blueish green color. This probably from Vietnam or Cambodia. Size: Outside diameter 6.9cm. Condition: Almost perfect. A very small almost invisible chip on the outside edge.
A rare Southeast Asia ancient gold ring with a natural blue green glass bead. Color does not show up well in the photo. This ring is over 1,000 years old.
Weight: 2.54 grams
A rare Pyu carved green glass pendant with a figure of a man on the front and some writing on the back. Next to the glass pendant there are two small stone carved elephants. The rest of the necklace is made up of ancient gold and an assortment of gold and agate beads of the same period.
Age: 100 - 500 AD. Size: 44cm end to end. Glass bead: H; 4.5cm W: 2cm.
A beautiful pair of ancient blue-green earrings from Southeast Asia. Can make nice pendants. Age: 300 BC to 100 BC. Size: Width. 3cm each.
Condition: Perfect. Some incrustation from long burial,can be cleaned
A beautiful ancient assorted Pyu beads and gold spacing necklace from the Pyu Dynasty. The main carnelian rare bead with the motif of a deer and a beautiful mixture of rare Pyu beads.
Size: 42 cm,16 inches end to end.
Age: 100 AD to 500 AD
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.
Embossed pendant decorated with a scene depicting the attack of a lion on na bull. Two loops on top, adorned with glass or semi-precious stone inserts, allowed attachment to a necklace. 14 K gold, with remnants of soil encrustations. Graeco-Buddhist art, Gandhara, 1st to 3rd century. Height: 4.3 cm. Very good condition.
NOTE: the decoration of this pendant is very similar to the one found on ancient Greek coins (see photo # 6 of a Greek silver coin).
Embossed pendant decorated with two figures of deities, one male wearing a dhoti and the other, a female, entirely naked, each with an aureola, standing in front of what seems to be an altar. A loop on top allowed attachment to a necklace. 14 K gold, with remnants of soil encrustations. Graeco-Buddhist art, Gandhara, 1st to 3rd century. Height: 5.5 cm. Lower part slightly bent (no damage), otherwise very good condition.
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 very rare ancient necklace made up of ten silver medallions (coins) from Southeast Asia dating back to over 2,000 years. The necklace can be separated to make two necklaces five silver medallions. Size: See last photo.
A very rare a beautiful micro necklace made of micro ceramic and glass beads from the very early Pyu Dynasty. Condition: Very good. Size: 29m X 2 or 23 inches end to end.
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 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.
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 20 years ago. Size: L. 42.5cm. W. 3.5cm.
Condition: No repairs and complete.
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.
Obvious hand carved, this antique Sarinda
is missing the tuning pegs, and the animal skin covering...wonderful patina...This is rare collectors ethnographic piece, and looks great hanging on a wall.
24 x 9 x 7 inches...hand carved from one solid piece of wood.
The "Sarinda" musical instrument was used for centuries in various countries in Central Asia, primarily in Rajasthan (Northern India), Pakistan, Nepal, Afghanistan, and Baluchistan...