All That Glitters | Ancient & Ethnographic 2020-12-10 Auction - 126 Price Results - Artemis Gallery in CO
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Egyptian Faience Bead Necklace: Ancient Egypt, Third Intermediate to Late Dynastic Period, 21st to 31st Dynasty, ca. 1070 to 332 BCE. A fabulous necklace comprised of over 200 ancient faience beads. The beads are a primarily disc
0002: Egyptian Faience Bead NecklaceEst. $250-$350
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Romano Egyptian Glass Bead Necklace: Egypt, Romano-Egyptian period, ca. 30 BCE to 2nd century CE. An attractive and wearable necklace comprised of dozens of ancient glass beads. The opaque beads present a marvelous range of hues,
0003: Romano Egyptian Glass Bead NecklaceEst. $400-$600
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Bronze Thracian Torq Bracelet / Arm Band: Classical World, Balkan Europe, Thrace / Dacia, ca. 4th to 1st century BCE. An elegant torq (also torc) bracelet formed from a thick bronze wire and adorned with nearly identical geometric motifs
0004: Bronze Thracian Torq Bracelet / Arm BandEst. $500-$750
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Roman Leaded Bronze Signet Ring w/ Lion: Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 4th century CE. A handsome leaded bronze signet ring with an incised lion. The shank is comprised of a thin band and the face of the ring is incised with a lion in
0008: Roman Leaded Bronze Signet Ring w/ LionEst. $600-$900
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Lovely Pair of Roman Gold Hoop Earrings: Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 3rd century CE. Two gold 96.6% (equivalent to 23K+) earrings with a flat profile and hoop form. Each earring is comprised of a singular gold wire that has been
0009: Lovely Pair of Roman Gold Hoop EarringsEst. $1,000-$1,400
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Roman Gold Earrings (pr): Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 3rd century CE. An elegant matching pair of 85.6 to 88.5% gold earrings (equivalent to 20K+) both of a classical and simple form. A crescent-like hoop, wide in
0010: Roman Gold Earrings (pr)Est. $900-$1,400Lot Passed
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Wearable Roman Carnelian Bead Necklace: Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 4th century CE. A wonderful gathering of dozens of hand-carved and hand-polished carnelian beads of various shapes and hues. The beads range from lozenge, tubular,
0011: Wearable Roman Carnelian Bead NecklaceEst. $900-$1,200
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Roman Gold Earring w/ Filigree: Roman, early Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 2nd century CE. A fine hoop earring formed from 82% gold wire (equivalent to 18K+). The ovoid accessory has a thin terminal that fits within a narrow loop,
0015: Roman Gold Earring w/ FiligreeEst. $400-$600
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Roman Carnelian & Glass Bead Necklace: Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 4th century CE. A gorgeous wearable necklace with 21 spherical and oblate carnelian beads in hues of coral, cerise, and burgundy organized in a pattern with each
0017: Roman Carnelian & Glass Bead NecklaceEst. $500-$750
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Huge Roman Green Glass Jug - from Cologne: Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 2nd to 3rd century CE. A HUGE and I mean HUGE - one cannot emphasize the generous size of this vessel enough - translucent glass jug presenting stunning pale, aqua hues.
0020: Huge Roman Green Glass Jug - from CologneEst. $5,000-$7,000
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Roman Glass Flask w/ Lovely Iridescence: Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 2nd to 3rd century CE. A beautiful, mold-formed flask comprised of semi-translucent, pale blue-green glass with a flat base, a globular body which tapers to an indented
0021: Roman Glass Flask w/ Lovely IridescenceEst. $500-$700
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Pair of Roman Gold, Glass & Agate Earrings: Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 2nd to 3rd century CE. A stunning pair of 93.7 to 94% gold (equivalent to 22K+) shield earrings with wire hoops and dangling glass and agate beads. The earrings are
0022: Pair of Roman Gold, Glass & Agate EarringsEst. $800-$1,200
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