Extremely fine artworks of Classical Antiquity
c. 800 BC - AD 600
24k Gold | 18k Gold | Silver | Silver Gold plated
Extremely fine artworks of Classical Antiquity c. 800 BC - AD 600
24k Gold | 18k Gold | Silver | Silver Gold plated
CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY
c. 800 BC -AD 600
In Fine art, Classical Antiquity defines the flourishing period of the Ancient Greek and Roman civilizations and their influence on the cultures in the Mediterranean, Europe, Northern Africa, and West Asia.
The finest art of human history was handcrafted by the Greek and Roman artists during the Classical Antiquity.
ANCIENT GREECE
c. 1600 -27 BC
The influence of the Ancient Greek culture in the Mediterranean is considered the base of modern culture.
 With the fall of Corinth in 146 BC most of the Greek peninsula fell to the Roman Republic. The sophisticated Greeks highly influenced the progressive Roman culture.

GREEK DESIGN FROM APPOLONIA PONTICA,
PRESENT DAY BULGARIA,
c. 450 BC
MEASURES 12 MM
SILVER FROM €120
18K GOLD FROM €400
24K GOLD FROM €550
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GREEK DESIGN FROM CARIA,
PRESENT DAY TURKEY, c. 400 BC
SCORPION MEASURES 6 MM
SILVER €150
18K GOLD €280
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COINS
The remarkable artworks on metals were first issued by the Greeks in Lydia, present day Turkey, c. 550 BC. When people started trading with large quantities of products and semi-precious metals, the Greek city-states named Poleis started stamping precious metals to guarantee their citizens a standard value. Big denominations in both gold and silver could be used for trade, but most were small and only used in the areas they were issued.
CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY
c. 800 BC - AD 600
In Fine art, Classical Antiquity defines the flourishing period of the Ancient Greek and Roman civilizations and their influence on the cultures in the Mediterranean, Europe, Northern Africa, and West Asia.
The finest art of human history was handcrafted by the Greek and Roman artists during the Classical Antiquity.
ANCIENT GREECE
c. 1600 - 27 BC
The influence of the Ancient Greek culture in the Mediterranean is considered the base of modern culture.
 With the fall of Corinth in 146 BC most of the Greek peninsula fell to the Roman Republic. The sophisticated Greeks highly influenced the progressive Roman culture.
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GREEK DESIGN FROM APPOLONIA PONTICA,
PRESENT DAY BULGARIA,
c. 450 BC
MEASURES 12 MM
SILVER FROM €120
18K GOLD FROM €400
24K GOLD FROM €550
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GREEK DESIGN FROM CARIA, PRESENT DAY TURKEY, c. 400 BC
SCORPION MEASURES 6 MM
SILVER €150
18K GOLD €280
ANCIENT ROME
753 BC - AD 476
The influence of the progressive Roman culture and institutions in language, art, literature, law, government, and architecture build the foundation of modern society.
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ROMAN REPUBLIC
510 - 27 BC
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ROMAN EMPIRE
27 BC - AD 476
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE
AD 395 - 1453
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MINT FROM ANCIENT ROME, 220 BC
MEASURES 21 MM
SILVER FROM €280
GOLD PLATED FROM €350
18K GOLD FROM €1700
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ANCIENT ROMAN GEMSTONE
ENGRAVED BY HAND
MEASURES 16 MM
18K GOLD €500
24K GOLD €650
SILVER GOLD PLATED FROM €140
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ANCIENT ROMAN GEMSTONE
ENGRAVED BY HAND
MEASURES 6 MM
SILVER €140
18K GOLD €270
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GEMSTONES
The engraving of gemstones dates back to 5000 BC. The gem-engraving in Europe started c. 550 BC, when new materials and techniques became available to the Greek artists.
They passed their knowledge to the Romans, who used their immense wealth to produce extravagant jewelry with precious and semi-precious stones from all across the empire.
MINT FROM ANCIENT ROME,
AROUND 75 BC
MEASURES 14 MM
SILVER FROM €120
18K GOLD FROM €450
24K GOLD FROM €600
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ANCIENT ROMAN JEWELRY
MEASURES 9 MM
18K GOLD FROM €120
SILVER NECKLACE €40
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ANCIENT ROMAN JEWELRY
MAENAD MEASURES 14 MM
SILVER €180
18K GOLD  €320
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METALS
Gold is the perfect metal. It shines like the sun and lasts forever. Gold can be found from natural sources, it is universally associated with deities and rulers.
Silver is associated with the moon. Due to its difficult extraction there were times when it was more rare than gold.
ANCIENT ROME
c. 753 BC - AD 476
The influence of the progressive Roman culture and institutions in language, art, literature, law, government, and architecture build the foundation of modern society.
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ROMAN REPUBLIC
510 - 27 BC
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ROMAN EMPIRE
27 BC - AD 476
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE
AD 395 - 1453
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MINT FROM ANCIENT ROME, 220 BC
MEASURES 21 MM
SILVER FROM €280
GOLD PLATED FROM €350
18K GOLD FROM €1700
Read More
ANCIENT ROMAN GEMSTONE
ENGRAVED BY HAND
MEASURES 16 MM
18K GOLD €500
24K GOLD €650
SILVER GOLD PLATED FROM €140
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MINT FROM ANCIENT ROME,
AROUND 75 BC
MEASURES 14 MM
SILVER FROM €120
18K GOLD FROM €450
24K GOLD FROM €600
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ANCIENT ROMAN JEWELRY
MEASURES 9 MM
18K GOLD FROM €120
SILVER NECKLACE €40
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ANCIENT ROMAN JEWELRY
MAENAD MEASURES 14 MM
SILVER €180
18K GOLD  €320
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ANCIENT ROMAN GEMSTONE
MEASURES 6 MM
SILVER €140
18K GOLD €270
GEMSTONES
The engraving of gemstones dates back to 5000 BC. The gem-engraving in Europe started c. 550 BC, when new materials and techniques became available to the Greek artists.
They passed their knowledge to the Romans, who used their immense wealth to produce extravagant jewelry with precious and semi-precious stones from all across the empire.
COINS
The remarkable artworks on metals were first issued by the Greeks in Lydia, present day Turkey, c. 550 BC.
Read More
METALS
Gold is the perfect metal. It shines like the sun and lasts forever. Gold can be found from natural sources, it is universally associated with deities and rulers.
Silver is associated with the moon. due to its difficult extraction there were times when it was more rare than gold.
ANIMALS
Animals are symbols of both physical and cosmic powers. Honored as a source of life and inspiration, each animal represents different instincts and facets of their species. Animals embody identifications with humans, aspects of their complex nature, instincts and secret motivations.
MYTHOLOGY
Mythology describes the religions of the ancient past. Myths tell the stories of ancestors and the origins of humans and the world. They explain cosmological and natural phenomena, cultural values and traditions.
ZODIAC
In all countries and ages studied by historical science, the zodiac is to be found in almost the same circular shape; with its seven planets and twelve signs bearing animal names. It is universally associated with the most important archeological remains in the shape of temples and places.
ANIMALS
Animals are symbols of both physical and cosmic powers. Honored as a source of life and inspiration, each animal represents different instincts and facets of their species. Animals embody identifications with humans, aspects of their complex nature, instincts and secret motivations.
MYTHOLOGY
Mythology describes the religions of the ancient past. Myths tell the stories of ancestors and the origins of humans and the world. They explain cosmological and natural phenomena, cultural values and traditions.
ZODIAC
In all countries and ages studied by historical science, the zodiac is to be found in almost the same circular shape; with its seven planets and twelve signs bearing animal names. It is universally associated with the most important archeological remains in the shape of temples and places.