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Egyptian Twisted Spiral Earrings

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Price: $450.00
Member Price: $405.00

Item# 80-023419 







Description

The Museums Egyptian art collection houses a Roman Period armlet (probably 2nd3rd century A.D.) fashioned of spirally twisted, tubular gold with a single goose- head terminal. This distinctive adornment, which eloquently showcases the ancient goldsmiths art, is the basis for our striking earrings.

14K gold, with 18K gold overlay. 3/4''L x 3/4''W. Pierced, with 14K gold posts.

We regret that promotional discounts, including the 20% off initial Membership discount, cannot be applied towards the purchase of this item.

  • 14K gold, with 18K gold overlay
  • 3/4''L x 3/4''W
  • Pierced, with 14K gold posts
  • We regret that promotional discounts, including the 20% off initial Membership discount, cannot be applied towards the purchase of this item

Art History

After Egypt came under the rule of the Hellenistic Greeks (32327 B.C.), and later became a province of the Roman empire (after 27 B.C.), ancient Egyptian jewelry took on more distinctly Greco-Roman forms, but still retained certain Egyptian influences.

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Description

The Museums Egyptian art collection houses a Roman Period armlet (probably 2nd3rd century A.D.) fashioned of spirally twisted, tubular gold with a single goose- head terminal. This distinctive adornment, which eloquently showcases the ancient goldsmiths art, is the basis for our striking earrings.

14K gold, with 18K gold overlay. 3/4''L x 3/4''W. Pierced, with 14K gold posts.

We regret that promotional discounts, including the 20% off initial Membership discount, cannot be applied towards the purchase of this item.





  • 14K gold, with 18K gold overlay
  • 3/4''L x 3/4''W
  • Pierced, with 14K gold posts
  • We regret that promotional discounts, including the 20% off initial Membership discount, cannot be applied towards the purchase of this item




Art History

After Egypt came under the rule of the Hellenistic Greeks (32327 B.C.), and later became a province of the Roman empire (after 27 B.C.), ancient Egyptian jewelry took on more distinctly Greco-Roman forms, but still retained certain Egyptian influences.


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