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Snake Ring Snake Ring 2
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Rome

Snake Ring

A-1000
€12.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece was found in the Roman city of Ucubi, current municipality of Espejo, Córdoba, andbelongs to the collection of the Arqueological Museum of...
Snake ring two heads Snake ring two heads 2
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Rome

Snake ring two heads

A-1001
€12.00
This type of jewel was very usual and could have a double meaning, serve as a personal adornment, or as a protective amulet. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. Piece inspired by the original exhibited in the Louvre Museum, Paris. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze. Adjustable to all sizes.
Egiptian snake ring Egiptian snake ring 2
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Egypt

Egiptian snake ring

A-1002
€12.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated from the 1st century BC. and is exhibited at the British Museum in London. Made in gilded bronze, or sterling silver. This ring fits...
Greek Kleta ring Greek Kleta ring 2
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Greek Kleta ring

A-1216
€20.00
Replica of a Greek ring dated on third quarter of the 4th century B.C. The word "KLEITAIDORON" is engraved in Greek characters and means "Present to Kleta". The original piece, made of gold, belongs to the collection of the Archaeological Museum of Thessalonica, Greece. Replica made of brass. Check our guide to know your ring size here.
Himera coin ring Himera coin ring 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Himera coin ring

A-1217
€18.00
Reproduction of Greek currency. A tetradrachm of 472 a.C. found on the island of Sicily. Obverse: Biga on the right, above PELOY, spike below. Reverse: nymph on the right, legend IMERA. The original currency is in the British Museum. Maximum diameter of the coin 2.8cm This ring fits all sizes, can be opened and closed to adjust the desired size.
Syracuse decadrachm coin ring Syracuse decadrachm coin ring 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Syracuse decadrachm coin ring

A-1218
€18.00
Replica of a greek coin (decadrachm) found in Sicily 405-367 a.C. It represents on its obverse the nymph Aretusa, daughter of the fluvial god Arcadio and famous hunter. On its reverse, a naked young Heracles, fights against the Nemean lion. Maximum diameter of the coin 2.7cm This ring fits all sizes, can be opened and closed to adjust the desired size.
Wedding ring 'Omonoia' Wedding ring 'Omonoia' 2
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Wedding ring 'Omonoia'

A-1221
€20.00
Greek wedding cameo ring dating from the 1st century AD Robust hoop with an applied band of beads and camera with interlaced hands and greek legend 'Omonoia' (concensus and togetherness). Provenance: private collection of southern Germany. Piece made of bronze. This ring fits all sizes, can be opened and closed to adjust the desired size.
Phoenician Tanit goddess ring Phoenician Tanit goddess ring 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Phoenician Tanit goddess ring

A-1226
€18.00
Replica of a Phoenician gold ring of the necropolis of Tolosa Latour street in Cadiz, Spain. Dated in the 6th century B.C., the schematic features of the representation of the goddess Tanit in the engraving also points to the same chronology. The original piece is exhibited in the Museum of Cádiz. This ring fits all sizes, can be opened or closed to fit...
Argead Star brooch Argead Star brooch 2
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Argead Star brooch

AF-026
€25.00
The Argead Star is the emblem of the Argead dynasty, kings of the ancient Greek state of Macedonia, and it represents the four elements and the twelve gods of Olympus. It was the expeditions of Alexander the Great that extended this symbol throughout Asia. Piece made of brass.
Medusa brooch Medusa brooch 2
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Medusa brooch

AF-027
€42.00
A bronze phalera with Medusa's head, to scare away evils and enemies. Medusa was the quintessential Gorgon. His head ended up being converted into an amulet, due to how Athena made use of Medusa's head, so finally, this became a protective amulet in the Greek civilization and still remains in time. The original piece was exposed in the National Museum of...
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Egypt

Snake bracelet

B-152
€24.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated in the III to II centuries BC. and is exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze.
Snake amulet double bracelet Snake amulet double bracelet 2
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€33.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated in the III to II centuries BC. and is exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze.
Tetradrachm Syracuse bracelet Tetradrachm Syracuse bracelet 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Tetradrachm Syracuse bracelet

B-161
€24.00
Reproduction of Greek currency (decadracma) found in Sicily 405-367 B.C. Represents nymph Aretusa, daughter of the river god Arcadio and famous hunter. On the reverse, a young naked Heracles, fights against the lion of Nemea. Maximum diameter of the coin 2.7cm
Decadrachm Himera bracelet Decadrachm Himera bracelet 2
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Decadrachm Himera bracelet

B-162
€24.00
Reproduction of Greek coin. A tetradrachm from 472 B.C. Found on the island of Sicily. Obverse: Biga to right, top PELOY, spike below. Reverse: Nymph Himerus on the right, IMERA legend. Maximum diameter of the coin 2.8cm The original coin is in the British Museum.
Psephoi - voting figures 4... Psephoi - voting figures 4... 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Psephoi - voting figures 4 units

BR-ps
€160.00
The psephoi were round and flat objects built in bronze with a stem that could be hollow or solid. These stems were hidden from the rest of the people with the thumb and index fingers when grabbing them. The psephoi with the solid stem served to absolve the accused, on the contrary, the psephoi with the hollow stem condemned him. The psephoi can identify...
copy of Medusa brooch copy of Medusa brooch 2
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copy of Medusa brooch

CB-102
€37.00
A bronze medallion with Medusa's head, to scare away evils and enemies. Medusa was the quintessential Gorgon. His head ended up being converted into an amulet, due to how Athena made use of Medusa's head, so finally, this became a protective amulet in the Greek civilization and still remains in time. The original piece was exposed in the National Museum...
Ionic column pendant Ionic column pendant 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Ionic column pendant

CB-103
€24.00
The column is a vertical architectural piece not only to support the weight of the structure, but also for decorative purposes. They were commonly formed by three elements: base of the column, shaft and capital. The different orders are recognized and distinguished fundamentally by the shape of the column, and more specifically by that of its capital. The...
Vine Leaf Pendant Vine Leaf Pendant 2
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Rome

Vine Leaf Pendant

CB-118
€18.00
Vine leaves, in Roman and Greek mythology, symbolized prosperity and abundance. Adornment chosen for the gods Demeter (Ceres) and Dionysus (Bacchus), who were adorned in each of their representations with large vine leaves.
Phoenician Tanit pendant Phoenician Tanit pendant 2
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Phoenician Tanit pendant

CB-122
€17.00
The cult of Tanit began to gain importance from the 5th century BC., and was associated with the Moon and fertility. From the fifth century BC., Tanit becomes the main goddess of the Pantheon of Carthage. The cult of Tanit remained strongly rooted in the island of Ibiza, where the goddess was worshiped until Christianization, in the second century. The...
Trinacria pendant Trinacria pendant 2
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Trinacria pendant

CB-125
€28.00
The island of Sicily, triangular in shape, was called Trinacria by the first Greeks to come to the island (siculos and sicanios) due to its three extremes. As mentioned in Book XII of Homer's Odyssey, it is the island where Odysseus disembarks and Helios kept his cattle under the care of his daughters, Faetusa and Lampetia. Its history remains partly...
Athena owl coin pendant Athena owl coin pendant 2
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Athena owl coin pendant

CB-127
€18.00
Replica of the most famous coin of ancient Greece, considered one of the emblems of the nation. In Greek mythology, the owl is the bird that always accompanies the goddess Athena. Athena is the goddess of wisdom, the arts and techniques of war, as well as protector of the city of Athens and patroness of artisans. The owl represented the wisdom and insight...
Hellenistic disc pendant Hellenistic disc pendant 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Hellenistic disc pendant

CB-132
€26.00
Replica of an Hellenistic Gold Necklace with Pendant. Circa late 4th-3rd Centuries B.C. Original piece description: A loop-in-loop chain beautifully displays the disk pendant with a cabochon garnet centrally set within a shield-like convexity. A similar necklace can be found and described in Catalogue of the Jewellery, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman, in the...
Corintian helmet Corintian helmet 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Corintian helmet

CB-55
€14.00
The Corinthian helmet originated in ancient Greece and took its name from the city-state of Corinth. It was a helmet made of bronze which in its later styles covered the entire head and neck, with slits for the eyes and mouth. A large curved projection protected the nape of the neck. Out of combat, a Greek hoplite would wear the helmet tipped upward for...
Hummingbird cushion Hummingbird cushion 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Hummingbird cushion

LL-025
€15.00
The Corinthian helmet originated in ancient Greece and took its name from the city-state of Corinth. It was a helmet made of bronze which in its later styles covered the entire head and neck, with slits for the eyes and mouth. A large curved projection protected the nape of the neck. Out of combat, a Greek hoplite would wear the helmet tipped upward for...
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Greece/Phoenicians

Ram head earrings

P-002
€25.00
Replica of hoop earrings with animal head trims. This type of earrings were very popular during the Hellenistic period. This ram-headed example represents the common type that appeared in many different models and sizes during the 4th to 1st centuries B.C. To create the body of the hoop, a thin thread is wound around the animal and narrows. The earring is...
Vine leaves earrings 2 Vine leaves earrings 2 2
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Vine leaves earrings 2

P-028
€20.00
Grape leaves in Greek mythology symbolized prosperity and abundance. It was the chosen ornament for certain gods, the most prominent was Dionysus (Bacchus in roman mythology), who was adorned in each of his representations with large vine leaves Made of bronze or patinated bronze, hooks in sterling silver gold plated.
Earring grape leaves Earring grape leaves 2
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Earring grape leaves

P-030
€24.00
Grape leaves in Greek mythology symbolized prosperity and abundance. It was the chosen ornament for certain gods, the most prominent was Dionysus (Bacchus in roman mythology), who was adorned in each of his representations with large vine leaves Made of bronze or patinated bronze, pearls and hooks in sterling silver gold plated.
Argead Star earrings Argead Star earrings 2
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Argead Star earrings

P-544
€20.00
The Argead Star is the emblem of the Argead dynasty, kings of the ancient Greek state of Macedonia, and it represents the four elements and the twelve gods of Olympus. It was the expeditions of Alexander the Great that extended this symbol throughout Asia. Piece made of brass. The ear hooks in gold-plated sterling silver.
Greek triangle earrings Greek triangle earrings 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Greek triangle earrings

P-545
€30.00
Réplica of ancient greeks earrings, 4th century BC-3rd century BC (made) Materials and Techniques of the original piece: Gold, filigree Museum V&A (Victoria and Albert) of London. Made of brass, hooks of gold plated sterling silver.
Greek Earrings Greek Earrings 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Greek Earrings

P-586
€22.00
Replica of slopes belonging to the Hellenistic period, dating from the 3rd to 1st centuries BC. The original piece is made of gold and glass, and belongs to a private collection in Switzerland. Made of bronze. Gold plated sterling silver hooks
Greek Earrings pearl Greek Earrings pearl 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Greek Earrings pearl

P-587
€24.00
Replica of slopes belonging to the Hellenistic period, dating from the 3rd to 1st centuries BC. The original piece is made of gold and glass, and belongs to a private collection in Switzerland. Made of bronze with pearl. Gold plated sterling silver hooks
Olive leaf earrings Olive leaf earrings 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Olive leaf earrings

P-592
€22.00
Elegantly shaped pendant representing the olive leaf, so significant in the ancient world. According to Greek mythology, the olive tree has a divine origin. Olives were a food created by Athena / Minerva as a gift to humanity, so they also served as an offering to the gods. With the leaves they crowned their champions and with the oil anointed their...
Hellenistic enameled earrings Hellenistic enameled earrings 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Hellenistic enameled earrings

P-595
€25.00
Jewel of the Hellenistic period. Centuries IV - III B.C. Disc with a cabochon garnet placed centrally within a convexity similar to a shield. A similar necklace can be found and described in the Catalog of Jewels, Greek, Ethnic and Roman, in the Department of Antiquities, British Museum. Made of bronze and ear hooks in gold plated sterling silver.
Medusa earrings Medusa earrings 2
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Medusa earrings

P-600
€22.00
In ancient Greece, the gorgoneion was an apotropaic amulet (magical defense mechanism to ward off evil or protect itself from it). Induced the horror by showing the head of the Gorgon Medusa. It was related to Zeus and Athena, as it was said that they both wore an earring with this motif and their Aegis shield. A disc or molded circular piece in which a...
Medusa earrings MAN Medusa earrings MAN 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Medusa earrings MAN

P-601
€30.00
In ancient Greece, the gorgoneion was an apotropaic amulet (magical defense mechanism to ward off evil or protect itself from it). Induced the horror by showing the head of the Gorgon Medusa. It was related to Zeus and Athena, as it was said that they both wore an earring with this motif and their Aegis shield. Each earring is composed of two bodies. The...
Olive leafs earrings Olive leafs earrings 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Olive leafs earrings

P-602
€25.00
Elegantly shaped pendant representing the olive leaf, so significant in the ancient world. According to Greek mythology, the olive tree has a divine origin. Olives were a food created by Athena / Minerva as a gift to humanity, so they also served as an offering to the gods. With the leaves they crowned their champions and with the oil anointed their...
Snake shape necklace Snake shape necklace 2
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Egypt

Snake shape necklace

T-912
€37.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated in the III to II centuries BC. and is exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze.
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