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LOT 0192

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GBP (£) 600 - 800
EUR (€) 670 - 900
USD ($) 770 - 1,030

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Roman Gold Earrings with Pearl Drops

2nd-3rd century AD

A matched pair of gold earrings, each an openwork plaque of radiating lotus flowers motifs around a circular setting with pearl, transverse openwork scrollwork bar below with three breloques with pearls(?) and glass beads; hook-and-loop closure to the reverse. 3.7 grams total, 32.5mm each (1 1/4"). Fine condition. [2]

Provenance
Property of a North London gentleman; acquired on the UK art market before 2000.


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The May Fair Hotel London
Stratton Street
Mayfair London, W1J 8LT

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