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    The Turkmen, nomadic people, kept part of their wealth of silver jewellery, which was an important part of the dowry for women. They could wear up to seventeen kilos of jewellery on their wedding day. These jewels, made from silver coins, were made by specialized jewellers who worked under their yurt. Although the style of the jewellery varies slightly...
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    Michael Michaud is a New York jewelry designer inspired by nature. Each of these creations is a true work of art that restores the beauty of plants in the form of jewelry. Michael Michaud imagined a line of high fantasy jewellery around the orange blossom, "royal" scent, symbol of purity. These poetic handcrafted jewels are all crafted, set, enamelled,...
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    This pendant with a very pure design must be older than Croesus, whose name alone still flows with gold and stones. It was the most lavish of the kings of Lydia, very ancient kingdom of Asia Minor, bounded on the north by Mysia, on the west by the Aegean Sea, on the east by Phrygia and on the south by Carie, from which it was separated by the river...
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    This necklace is composed of a flexible chain on which are suspended a whole series of identical small pendants in the shape of elongated acorns or very narrow small vases. Rather short, this type of jewel had to wear rather short of the neck. During the Hellenistic period, Greek goldsmiths readily decorated the necklaces and earrings of many pendants:...
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    This rigid necklace carries a decoration of fine chiselings carried out using punches to trace and chisels. This ornamentation has no known equivalent. It is part of an accidentally discovered deposit on the edge of a vast marsh area. Indeed, the men of the Bronze Age buried, in the earth or in the rivers, "treasures" probably intended for divinities...
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    From a long necklace of pearls in fine stones and gold: the extraordinary variety of pearls of this long necklace illustrates this taste for polychromy, so characteristic of oriental jewels, which is at its peak in the Persian era. The craftsmen have associated with a consummate art several dozen different stones: the contrasts of colours, materials,...
  • 198 € In Stock
    This necklace is inspired by a necklace discovered by R. de Mecquenem between 1929 and 1933 at the tell of the Royal City. DimensionsLength: 36 cm.Materials: golden pewter, agates.Origin: Simashki dynasty - 2000/1940 BC.Museum: Paris - Louvre Museum.Materials: golden pewter, agate pearls.Editor: rmngp.
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    In 1785 this sumptuous necklace had been proposed to Marie-Antoinette by two jewellers but, with King Louis XVI, she had refused it before the enormity of the sum which corresponded, they said, at the price of two warships. An intriguing woman in Versailles, the Countess of La Motte, made the then disgraced Cardinal de Rohan believe that the Queen wanted...
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    During the Iron Age, the west of Armorica was distinguished from Celtic Europe by two essential features: the creation of granite stelae and the digging of underground passages near inhabited places. This practice lasted about four centuries (from the 5th to the 2nd century exclusively). The one in Tréglonou is associated with a real oppidum of about...
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