3000 BC - 200 AD - Mediterranean area
|Object:||Necklace with ancient stone and glass beads|
|Culture:||Prehistoric, Bronze Age|
|Historical Period:||Prehistoric, Bronze Age|
|Century/ Timeframe:||3000 BC - 200 AD|
|Dimensions (in cm):||50|
|Condition:||Good Condition, See Photo|
Necklace with ancient stone and glass beads, including a jaspis zoomorphic seal stamp (red bead near the drop pendant). The authentic beads are restrung, the necklace is finished with a clasp and is ready to wear.
Material: stone, glass, jaspis
Maximum length: 50 cm
Diameter beads: varies from ca 3,1 - 19 mm
Weight: ca 58,80 g
Condition: very good, see description, dimensions and images for a full impression.
Certificate of Authenticity available upon request (pdf-format).
Purchased by the current owner in January 2017 from Ancient Art Gallery A.D., United Kingdom
Provenance documentation has been seen by Catawiki.
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|United Kingdom||$ 17.45|
|United States||$ 52.34|
|Rest of Europe||$ 29.08|
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