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Gold Necklace |  Late Bronze Age, about 14th-13th century BC | Possibly from western modern Turkey |     This necklace may date to the time of the expansion of the Hittite Empire from central Anatolia westwards towards the Aegean coast and southwards into Syria.

Gold Necklace | Late Bronze Age, about 14th-13th century BC | Possibly from western modern Turkey | This necklace may date to the time of the expansion of the Hittite Empire from central Anatolia westwards towards the Aegean coast and southwards into Syria.

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Una bella pieza de orfebrería griega del siglo III antes de Cristo. Oro y granates. Amarillo solar y rojo sangre. Una muestra más de la perfección artesanal que demostró la cultura helenística.

Gold, goat shaped, Hellenistic earrings, c. 200-100 BC.    Probably from Corfu. The eyes are set with garnets. After the military campaigns of Alexander the Great opened up trade routes with the East, semi-precious stones began to be used with more frequency. Garnets, usually sourced from India, were particularly popular.    British Museum.

Gold, goat shaped, Hellenistic earrings, c. 200-100 BC. Probably from Corfu. The eyes are set with garnets. After the military campaigns of Alexander the Great opened up trade routes with the East, semi-precious stones began to be used with more frequency. Garnets, usually sourced from India, were particularly popular. British Museum.

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Marriage Necklace (Thali) late 19th century India

Met Collection Title/Object Name Marriage Necklace (kalata uru) Culture India (Tamil Nadu, Chetiar) Date late century

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