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Crowns like this were cut from a thin sheet of gold and were so delicate, some speculate they were worn only for ceremonial occasions or made as a burial ornament. In nomadic fashion, here is how the crown pendants were detached from the band. I also see a Scytho-Siberian nomadic influence in the tiny mirrored gold pendants. What a startling impression that must have made when those pendants reflected sunlight, linking the king with the sun on Earth.

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The finest (Korean) Silla gold were golden crowns, discovered in the Royal tombs near the ancient capital of Kyongju. Discovered at Hwang-nam, this one of 10 pure gold crowns survive from from ancient times. The crown is shaped like a tree branch or antler, a Korean reference to nature, trees as intermediaries between earth & heaven, with roots spread into the earth & branches stretched skyward. The antler represents reindeer, also known as “the gentleman of the forest”, a symbol of…

Silla: Celebrating The Art of Korea’s Golden Kingdom

Gold and Jade Crown. H. 10 3/4". Korea, Silla Kingdom, latter 5th C. excavated from Hwangnam Daechong Tomb. Gyeongju National Museum, Korea, National Treasure 191

Gold Crown. Relates to 196. Gold and jade crown. Three Kingdoms Period, Silla Kingdom, Korea. Fifth to sixth century C.E. Metalwork.

etruscan gold pendant - horned face

Gold Crown. Silla, 5th century. | National Museum of Korea