Ancient Egypt. Handmade bone beads necklace, with beautifully engraved geometric patterns. Coptic Period, 324-640 AD
Persian. Token shaped silver necklace with 22kt Gold plate. Pendant is in the shape of a leaf with blue glass inlays.
Phoenician multicolored and decorative circular and tubular fused glass beads restrung on a necklace setting. With six fang-like beads and three face pendants. 500-300 BC (28”)
Byzantine. Silver necklace with sixteen hollow beads and a solid open fretwork circular pendant with the shape of a cross. 600-900 AD (11" x 6")
Ancient Egypt. Necklace made of light blue faience beads in various shapes. 18th Dynasty. Amarna Period. 1570-1342 BC (24")
Near Eastern. Lapis lazuli inlay necklaces, one with amber and silver accent beads, the other with carnelian and black accent beads in clad silver settings. 3000 BC (22”). Lapis Lazuli stones, in ancient times, were believed to help channel the energies of love, protection, power and healing.
Featuring artifacts available at Sadigh Gallery Ancient Art, Inc. To see more information regarding these artifacts, visit www.sadighgallery.com