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Ring with incised gem showing an athlete pouring sand on his thigh  	  				  			Italic, Etruscan, Late Archaic Period, about 500–475 B.C.

Ring with incised gem showing an athlete pouring sand on his thigh Italic, Etruscan, Late Archaic Period, about 500–475 B.C.

Tassie Intaglio With Antique Mount

Tassie Intaglio With Antique Mount

Hercules Intaglio ring. Gold ring, the oval bezel enclosing a sard intaglio figure of the Farnese Hercules, bearded, leaning with his left arm on his club which rests on a rock covered by the lion’s skin. He stands three quarters to the front, his head in profile. Signed in Greek letters MARXANT (Nathaniel Marchant, 1739-1816), 1780-1784. Formerly Esmerian Collection.

Hercules Intaglio ring. Gold ring, the oval bezel enclosing a sard intaglio figure of the Farnese Hercules, bearded, leaning with his left arm on his club which rests on a rock covered by the lion’s skin. He stands three quarters to the front, his head in profile. Signed in Greek letters MARXANT (Nathaniel Marchant, 1739-1816), 1780-1784. Formerly Esmerian Collection.

Carnelian Intaglio and Gold Ringstone with lion  Roman, Imperial Period, 1st or 2nd century A.D.

Carnelian Intaglio and Gold Ringstone with lion Roman, Imperial Period, 1st or 2nd century A.D.

//Sard Intaglio Gem with Athena and Nike  Greek, Late Hellenistic Period, about 50 B.C.

//Sard Intaglio Gem with Athena and Nike Greek, Late Hellenistic Period, about 50 B.C.

Cornelian intaglio with griffin ,   5th century BCE.    Haimanova Mohyla tumulus near the village of Balky, Zaporizhia Region.    Excavations 1970.

Cornelian intaglio with griffin , 5th century BCE. Haimanova Mohyla tumulus near the village of Balky, Zaporizhia Region. Excavations 1970.

Carnelian intaglio with a Ptolemaic queen holding a sceptre, early 1st century BC

Carnelian intaglio with a Ptolemaic queen holding a sceptre, early 1st century BC

Emperor Augustus above a Double Capricorn, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.  Roman  Sardonyx; later mounted in gold for suspension

Emperor Augustus above a Double Capricorn, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D. Roman Sardonyx; later mounted in gold for suspension

Roman cameo, before 300 A.D., Galleria - Tesoro dei Medici .

Roman cameo, before 300 A.D., Galleria - Tesoro dei Medici .

Hoop earring terminating in the head of a maenad Greek, Hellenistic Period, about 250–160 B.C. Hoop-shaped earring, ending in a maenad's head crowned with ivy. The hair is pulled back in a bun at the nape of the neck, with twists of hair at the side. Two large gold beads bordered with beaded wire form a collar below the head. The hoop itself is twisted wire.

Hoop earring terminating in the head of a maenad Greek, Hellenistic Period, about 250–160 B.C. Hoop-shaped earring, ending in a maenad's head crowned with ivy. The hair is pulled back in a bun at the nape of the neck, with twists of hair at the side. Two large gold beads bordered with beaded wire form a collar below the head. The hoop itself is twisted wire.