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Roman earrings Gold with glass insets and glass beads 2nd-4th century AD

ancient roman earrings dated between the and centuries of Rome. I find it interesting that earring styles today are still framed after this template.

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Pair of Gold Earrings,Eastern Mediterranean, Roman, century CE. Jewelry and Adornments; earrings Gold Length: 2 in.

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Roman Gold Shield Earrings with Glass Beads, c. Century ADRoman jewelry was oftentimes imbued with symbolism and imagery of gods or goddesses or more literal devices for safeguarding, such as shields in this case, were chosen for their protective power.

A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD, GARNET AND GLASS EARRINGS   CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D.   Each with a hooked earwire beaded along its length and tapering to a point, joined to a sheet triangle with a beaded wire fringe, a triangular garnet bezel-set in the center and framed by beaded wire and granulation, a loop at the base joined to a length of wire threaded with three blue glass beads

A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD, GARNET AND GLASS EARRINGS CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D. Each with a hooked earwire beaded along its length and tapering to a point, joined to a sheet triangle with a beaded wire fringe, a triangular garnet bezel-set in the center and framed by beaded wire and granulation, a loop at the base joined to a length of wire threaded with three blue glass beads

A PAIR OF PARTHIAN GOLD, GARNET AND GLASS EARRINGS c.1st-2nd Century A.D.

Parthian Gold, Garnet & Glass Earrings, Circa Century AD Each with a small boat-shaped body hinged to an arching earwire, a spool below joined to a large inverted drop-shaped pendant, a stack.

Hoop earrings with Egyptianizing crown, 3rd–2nd century b.c .Greek. Gold with stone and glass

Hoop Earrings With Egyptianizing Crown -- century BC -- Greek -- Gold, stone glass -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Earrings ca. 100-400 via The Victoria & Albert Museum

*ITALY ~ black pearls, REAL Roman Jewelry for Real Inspiration the Romans loved gold and as far as I can tell all earring are for pierced ears with a simple wire

A PAIR OF BYZANTINE GOLD, GLASS AND PEARL EARRINGS - CIRCA LATE 6TH-7TH CENTURY A.D.

+Pair of Byzantine gold, glass, and pearl earrings, dated to the centuries CE. Found on Christie’s.

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