lunes, 10 de octubre de 2016

Joyeria a.C


Estas joyas,aunque no lo parezca,son romanas,bizantinas,visigodas...
Hechas con esmeraldas,zafiros,diamantes,oro,perlas,turquesas...

Algunas,para mí las quisiera yo...

Roman Gold and Turquoise Earring Pair, 2nd-3rd century A.D.:

Ear-ring. Roman  Gold, emerald, pearl. 4,8 cm Inventory number: H1836 http://www.thorvaldsensmuseum.dk/en/:

Necklace, German, 4th century.:

Gold and pearl earring Period: Early Imperial Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Gold, pearl Dimensions: H.: 1 1/8 in. (2.9 cm):

Roman Earrings - Gold with blue glass beads - 1st - 4th. Century C.E.:

Pair of Earrings. Eastern Mediterranean, Hellenistic Period, 3rd-2nd century B.C. Jewelry and Adornments; earrings, Gold:

Pendientes visigodos. s. VII d.C. Puente Gentil. L:10cm Museo Arqueologico, Madrid, Spain:

A BYZANTINE GOLD BRACELET - CIRCA 11TH-12TH CENTURY A.D.:

A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS EARRINGS CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D.:

Necklace, Late Hellenistic, 1st century b.c. Greek  Gold, garnet, agate:

Hellenistic Polychrome Gold Jewellery Set - 1st century B.C.:

A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD, GLASS AND GARNET EARRINGS                                                                                                                                                                       CIRCA 3RD CENTURY A.D.:

RARE ANCIENT ROMAN EMERALD GOLD HOOP EARRING PAIR jewellery jewelry 027501 | eBay:

A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD, EMERALD AND PEARL EARRINGS   Circa 3rd Century A.D.   Each with a six-pointed rosette with small openwork loops between the petals, centered by an emerald bead threaded on to a central wire, a crossbar below of stylized serpent heads, with three suspension loops on the reverse, each with a length of twisted wire, two threaded with two pearls, the central one threaded with an emerald bead, the reverse with an S-shaped earwire:

Utilizaban para las joyas perlas, diamantes y zafiros.:

Roman emerald earrings, made 1st-4th century:

Roman Gold Teardrop Earrings, 2nd century A.D.:

"Byzantine gold and glass bead earrings, circa 700AD  Photo courtesy www.ancienttouch.com"  http://ancientrevival.com/html/gallery.html#ajtop:

Collar bizantino del siglo VII. Filigrana y tubos de oro grabados. El intrincado diseño es una muestra de la pericia de los joyeros que realizaron elegantes piezas entre los siglos III y VI con la técnica llamada "opus terrasile".Los diseños se trazaban en discos de oro,despues se perforaban para resaltar el patrón consiguiendo juegos de luces y sombras.:

Gold Cross Necklace - Byzantine - 6th century:

Byzantine Necklace with Pendant Crosses in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 6-7th century:

Roman gold, emerald, and garnet necklace. With a gold granulated pendant in the form of an amphora. 3rd Century AD:



Grecia helenística. Pendiente de tipo figurativo. Oro con filigrana. Motivo: paloma, símbolo de Afrodita:

A pair of gold hoop Earrings   Greater Syria or Persia, 10th Century  in the form of birds, with hook and eye clasp, each with garnet set to body and eye, with granluated decoration in the form of sunbursts, a series of four suspensions below with pearl and garnet   both 70 mm. long; total weight 9g:

Byzantine Gold Earrings, 5th-7th Century AD  With garnet and glass cabochons and glass beads:

A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS EARRINGS  CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D.  Each with an open dome, the inner border with a fringe of twisted wire, bisected by a plain wire threaded through a faceted green glass bead, a loop above and below, the upper joined to the plain earwire, the lower suspending a conical element topped with a granule, with a wire threaded below through a faceted green glass bead and a spherical glass bead (one preserved) Longer: 1 7/8 in. (4.8 cm.) high (2):

RIng with Blue Stone, Roman 2nd-3rd centuries C.E. Gold, stone:

A pair of ancient Roman gold earrings with twisted hoops and blue glass beads.Ca. 1st - 3rd century CE.  .Height: 5/8 in. ( 16 mm). Intact, excellent condition. Formerly in a European private collection.:

Roman Gold and Glass Necklace, ca. 2nd-3rd Century, A.D.:

Necklace with pendant and glass beads Date: 1st century B.C.–2nd century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Gold, glass paste Dimensions: Diameter: 5/8 × 1 1/16 in. (1.6 × 2.7 cm):

Roman Gold Disc Earrings, 1st century A.D.:

Roman Gold and Emerald Necklace | Circa 3rd-4th century AD | A composite necklace comprising eleven double-loop filigree plaques connecting ten hexagonal-section emerald cylinders; with loop and s-hook closure | 18 grams, 37.5 cm:

A Pair of Roman Gold Earrings, Roman, ca. 3rd Century A.D.:

PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD, EMERALD, AND GARNET EAR PENDANTS. Ca. 3rd Century AD.:

Ancient Roman Jewelry, 7th-1stCentury BC:

Ancient Roman Gold & Glass Bead Earrings Jewelry:

...sobretodo los que llevan oro y turquesa.



BESOS Y FELIZ LUNES!!!

Ear-ring. Roman  Gold, emerald, pearl. 4,8 cm Inventory number: H1836 http://www.thorvaldsensmuseum.dk/en/:

18 comentarios:

  1. Muy bien conservadas y algunas muy actuales. Yo tambien quisiera alguna de ellas. Saltos y brincos

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  2. Maravillosas y fuente constante de inspiración para la joyería moderna.

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  3. Maravillosas y fuente constante de inspiración para la joyería moderna.

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  4. Increíble, las veo muy modernas, preciosas, yo también me quedo con unas cuantas... Feliz día, un abrazo.

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  5. Me encantan.
    Hice unos pendientes muy parecidos a los aretes con cuentas ovales de lapislázulis.
    Y otros de estilo otomano.
    ; )

    Besos!

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    1. Seguro que serían una auténtica maravilla!

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  6. Muy hermosas, parecen actuales.....o retro! ;)

    Buen lunes =))))

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    1. Yo me he enamorado de gran parte de esas piezas!

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  7. Hola. Me pierdo...! Es una de mis debilidades!

    Estaba haciendo un trabajo en el museo. Otra chica hacia su tesis sobre joyería romana...tenía acceso a piezas...Y pudimos probarnos cosas muy, muy antiguas. Son maravillosas. Inexplicables las sensaciones.

    Besos.

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  8. Hola. Me pierdo...! Es una de mis debilidades!

    Estaba haciendo un trabajo en el museo. Otra chica hacia su tesis sobre joyería romana...tenía acceso a piezas...Y pudimos probarnos cosas muy, muy antiguas. Son maravillosas. Inexplicables las sensaciones.

    Besos.

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