yeaverily:

Serpentine bracelet, discovered near Corinth, Greece, 4th-3rd centuries BC.

"Snakes, traditionally associated with the underworld, were a favorite motif in ancient Greek jewelry, possibly due to the widespread belief in their magic powers." -The Louvre

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Timestamp: 1397084440

ancientpeoples:

Roman Finger Ring

1st Century AD

Silver ring ending in snake heads with gold eyes.

Source: British Museum

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Timestamp: 1396998042

clairestewart:

Momento Memento Mori Ring

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Timestamp: 1396393246

beautyblingjewelry:

Victorian Micro Mosa 

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Timestamp: 1396306852

18th century poesy ring.
Inscription reads: Many are the stars I see but in my eye no star like thee.

(Source: yseult, via unfuckthereallife)

Timestamp: 1395644433

aleyma:

Roman, Emerald earring, 3rd century (source).

Timestamp: 1395558051

ancientpeoples:

Finger Ring

7th-8th Century AD

Middle Anglo Saxon

(Source: The British Museum)

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Timestamp: 1395529249
Timestamp: 1392195656

omgthatdress:

Tiara and Brooch

1830s

Christie’s

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Timestamp: 1392152471

omgthatdress:

Brooch and Earrings

1840s

Christie’s

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Timestamp: 1391655641