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AN EGYPTIAN GOLD SNAKE BRACELET                                                                                                                                                                       PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, 304-30 B.C.

AN EGYPTIAN GOLD SNAKE BRACELET Ptolemaic Period, B. Given to Lord Edward Gleichen, British Ambassador to Egypt, in appreciation for his fund-raising efforts on behalf of the opening of the tomb of Tutankhamun.

Pair of wrist bracelets in the form of coiled snakes.  Artist/Maker(s): Unknown.  Culture: Greek.  Place(s): Alexandria, Egypt (Place created).  Date: 220 - 100 B.C.  Medium: Bracelets: Gold; Fastening pin: Copper alloy.

Pair of wrist bracelets in the form of coiled snakes. Artist/Maker(s): Unknown. Place(s): Alexandria, Egypt (Place created). Date: 220 - 100 B.

A Greek gold and garnet finger ring, Hellenistic period, circa 3rd century B.C.

A greek gold and garnet finger ring Hellenistic period circa century. In the form of two serpents.

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A ROMAN GOLD SNAKE RING CIRCA CENTURY A. Composed from a stout wire, the serpent body forming the hoop, tapering and curving to the head and the tail, the head turned out, a large granule at the center in.

AN ETRUSCAN GOLD SPIRAL RING   CIRCA 7TH CENTURY B.C.   Composed of two smooth wires either side of a spirally twisted wire, terminals in the form of granular rosettes within a wire border  5/8 in. (1.6 cm.) diam.

(would like this shape style in a bracelet) An Etruscan Gold Sprial ring circa Century BC. Composed of two smooth wires either side of a spirally twisted wire, terminals in the form of granular rosettes within a wire border.

A GREEK GOLD SNAKE BRACELET HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C.  | Christie's

A GREEK GOLD SNAKE BRACELET HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C. | Christie's

Antique Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Figural Snake Serpent Match Safe Vesta Case. I've never seen a laughing snake before!

Don't use a bic lighter. get a distinctive conversation piece to be your torch.

Ancient Greek jewelry: charm of the past

Ancient Greek jewelry: charm of the past

Greek gold spiral bracelet of two snakes whose tails are tied in a Hercules knot that is decorated with a garnet in a bezel setting; in the Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim, Germany.

A Hellenistic Herakles knot pendant, Circa 4th-3rd Century

A Hellenistic Herakles knot pendant, Circa Century BC Composed of two sheet gold tubes decorated with scrolls of applied beaded wire, the hollow repoussé lion head terminals with gaping jaws holding gold hoops, with a die-struck gold draped dancing Maenad

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