DER KÖNIG: Assyrichen König. Karneol Gold-Anhänger / Assyrian King Carnelian Gold Pendant.
A Rare Middle Assyrian Gold and Agate Bull Pendant (1600 BC - 900 BC) This pendant is extremely rare. A similar piece was found and published by Maxwell-Hyslop that includes two illustrations from a necklace excavated with a male skeleton. That necklace is now in the British Museum.
Octagonal cameo made of Bordeaux Red glass, mounted into a gilded silver medallion showing Ignatius of Loyola. End 16th - early 17th century.
An ancient Roman parade helmet from Middle Franconia, 2nd century AD, surmounted by an imperial eagle.
Headdress and necklaces worn by one of the female attendants buried in the Royal Tombs of Ur.
In the 6th Century these were decorated almandine disc brooches .
Mesopotamian Jewelry from Ur | Metropolitan Museum of Art
Large round cameo, made of agate in two layers, ivory on black ground, mounted in silver frame, showing the famous equestrian statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius at the Capitol in Rome. Perhaps Rome, 17th century A.D.
9th century BCE - Assyrian Star We see here a majestic Hexagram on a gold seal - one of 613 items of found by archaeologists at Nimrud (Nimrod) in Northern Iraq. The treasure is from The palaces of Ashurnasirpal II, Shalmaneser III, and Tiglath-Pileser III This hexagram has six triangles which are made from dots. The triangles are surrounding a circle and surrounded by a circle.