Medieval Bee Hive from The Luttrell Psalter - folio 204vManuscript made in Lincolnshire, England, between 1320-1340 for Sir Geoffrey Luttrell.British Library, Add. MS 42130; Images from the British Library manuscript pages.http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/FullDisplay.aspx?ref=Add_MS_42130

Medieval beehive from the Luttrell Psalter folio, Lincolnshire, England, between for Sir Geoffrey Luttrell, British Library

Citrine Gold Bee Intaglio Ring. This lovely hand carved citrine bee intaglio ring (by master Idar-Oberstein carver) looks to be suspended in time. It is set in 18 karat brushed gold. 16x12x8mm cabochon size. 21st century

Citrine Gold Bee Intaglio Ring

View this item and discover similar cocktail rings for sale at - This lovely hand carved citrine bee intaglio ring (by master Idar-Oberstein carver) looks to be suspended in time. It is set in 18 karat brushed gold.

kendrasmiles4u:  Be Humble on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/105858986/via/kendra_day_crockett

Bee Humble bee joyful bee curious bee loving bee yourself bee wonderful bee creative bee generous bee adventurous bee silly bee sweet as honey lovely for place card settings

Carmen, la Dama di Elche (secc. V-IV a.C.)

La Dama de Elche (The Lady of Elche) an Iberian piece from the century B. on display at the National Archaeological Museum of Spain in Madrid. Probably the finest Iberian sculpture found to date.

Carved intaglio gemstone 1st-3rd century A.D.   Roman, Syrian -  Carnelian. | Copyright © 2013 The Yale University Art Gallery.

Carved intaglio gemstone century A. Copyright © 2013 The Yale University Art Gallery.

This large intaglio gem shows a satyr, a follower of the wine god Bacchus. This gem was carved from red carnelian and dates from the early Roman Empire (1st or 2nd century AD).

This large intaglio gem shows a Satyr. This gem was carved from red carnelian and dates from the early Roman Empire or century CE) Now in the ‘Rijksmuseum van Oudheden’.

A Roman green jasper intaglio ring  Circa 1st-2nd Century A.D. The oval stone carved with a profile head of a man wearing a fillet, set in an ancient gold ring.

A Roman green jasper/bloodstone intaglio ring Circa Century A.

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