Greek Silver Coins (14mm), 18K yellow gold, diamonds (0.10 ctw) and Keshi Tahitian pearl drop (11x8mm) post earrings.
One of a Kind Statement Earrings
Ancient Greek coins Euboea, Histiaea, 3rd century - 146 BC, Front: Head of Nymph Histiaea in wreath formed of bunches of grapes and Reverse: Nymph Histiaea seated right on stern of galley, holding a naval standard at the stern of a ship. Histiaea was an ancient town on the Greek island of Euboea
Approx. dimensions: L 1-3/4" x W 5/8" (43 x 16 mm)
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18K yellow gold, 0.04 ctw diamonds, 0.03 ct blue sapphire and Ancient Greek silver coin Histiaia (15mm) on a 2-tone sterling silver (oxidized finish) and 18K yellow gold 1.9mm cable chain 16" long.
One of a Kind Pendant
Ancient Greek coins Euboea, Histiaia, 3rd century - 146 BC, Front: Wreathed head of Nymph Histiaia and Reverse: Nymph right. Histiaia was an ancient town on the Greek island of Euboea
Approx. dimensions: L 1-1/8" x W 3/4" (28 x 18 mm)
Greek Silver coin (15 mm), 18K yellow gold and 3mm yellow sapphire (0.18 ct) pendant on NCH16b 18K gold 1mm cable chain 16" long
One of a Kind using Ancient Greek Silver Coin
Greek Silver coin Abdera,Thrace approx 385-375 BC, Front: Kantharos and ivy-leaf within square and Reverse: Griffin springing left
Abdera is an Ancient Greek city on the coast of Thrace. The Kantharos is a cup used for drinking wine. The Griffin is a legendary creature with the body of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle, legendary King of Beasts and guardian of treasures.
Approximate Dimensions: 11/8 X W3/4" (28x16mm)
Ancient Greek Silver Coin (11mm), 18K yellow & white gold pendant with a bezel set diamond (0.03 ct) in the bail. Sterling silver (oxidized finished) 1.5mm cable chain 16" long with a lobster clasp.
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Greek coin from the 4th century BCE. Front: two young male heads facing forward with one inverted. Reverse: eagle grasping dolphin with talons. The ancient city of Istrus was situated in the delta of the River Danube and the Black Sea near present day Romania. Istrus and other major Black Sea coastal cities produced coinage with the motif of an eagle perched atop the back of a dolphin. The meaning of the two heads is not as clear. However, a frequent theory mentions the rising and setting sun and the possible inspiration of a total eclipse of the Sun which occurred in Istrus in 434 BC.
Approx. pendant dimensions: L 1" x W 1/2" (24 x 13 mm)