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Ancient Persia, c. 1st Millennium BC. Nice necklace comprised of ancient Persian ceramic, stone, and shell beads, in varying forms and sizes in shades of green and white. The centerpiece bead quite large (24mm), made of shell with traces of green glaze remaining. About 38 inches long, and strung on modern string. I can make more wearable by re-stringing on sturdy Softflex jewelry wire with silver-plated clasp for an additional $20 if desired. Ex Oxford, UK private collection. #JS2137: $250


Ancient Persia, c. 1st Millennium BC. Fantastic necklace comprised of ancient Persian ceramic beads. The beads in varying forms and sizes in shades of blue and white. Many beads of intricate shapes in deep blue, many quite attractive! About 36 inches long, and strung on modern string. I can make more wearable by re-stringing on sturdy Softflex jewelry wire with silver-plated clasp for an additional $20 if desired. Ex Oxford, UK private collection. #JS2136: $250 SOLD



Ancient Persia, c. 1st Millennium BC. Fantastic necklace comprised of ancient Persian ceramic beads. The beads in varying forms and sizes in shades of blue and white, many quite attractive! About 30 inches long, and strung on modern string. I can make more wearable by re-stringing on sturdy Softflex jewelry wire with silver-plated clasp for an additional $20 if desired. Ex Oxford, UK private collection. #JS2135: $250


Ancient Persia. Sasanian, c. 3rd – 7th Century AD. Gorgeous Sasanian carnelian beaded necklace. The vibrant orange beads are of varying shapes but mostly uniform in size and strung with tubular crème colored composition beads from an earlier period. At the center of the strand are a few larger beads including a nice translucent biconical pendant bead. L: 36 1/2" (92.6cm). Ex Oxford, UK private collection. The necklace is strung on 20th century string, but I could re-string on sturdy Softflex jewelry wire with silver-plated clasp for an additional $15 upon request. #JS2117: $399 SOLD


Parthia, ancient Persia. King Artabanus II, A.D. 10 - 38 AD. Silver drachm, Ecbatana mint. Bare-headed bust left, wearing diadem with loop at the top and three ends; border of dots / Archer, seated right on throne, holding bow, monogram below, Greek inscription around. ref: Sellwood 63.6, Shore 341. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. Set into nice silver bezel. dia: 21 mm. Gorgeous! #CP2114: $299


Parthia, ancient Persia. King Orodes I, 90-80 BC. Silver Drachm, set into custom silver bezel. Bearded bust left wearing tiara with six-pointed star; griffin ended torque; circular border of pellets / Archer wearing bashlyk and cloak seated right on throne, holding bow in right hand; Greek inscription around. ref: Sellwood 31.8v. Grade EF! Dia: 21 mm, weighs 4.95 grams (total). Coin ex-Tamco Numismatics, Stockholm, Sweden. Gorgeous! #CP2147: $299


Ancient Persia. Sasanian Kingdom. King Khusro II, 590 - 627 AD. Large silver dirhem, set into stunning custom .925 silver bezel. Crowned bust of Khusro facing right, zoroastrian astrological symbols: stars and crescents around perimeter / Holy fire-altar flanked by two attendants, monograms/ zoroastrian astrological symbols. Great portrait, well centered. Good metal, light deposits. Dia: 30 mm (1 1/8"). Coin ex-Tamco Numismatics, Stockholm, Sweden. #CP2151: $199


Ancient Persia. White Huns / Hephalite Gandhara, c. 475-576 AD, billon drachm set in custom sterling silver bezel (silver patina to better match tone of coin). King's bust rt. in ornate bull-headed crown; Napki Malka in Pahlavi / Two attendants flanking a fire altar, Kabul and Zabul. 28 mm diameter with wonderful green patina, some copper highlights. Very pleasing to the eyes. The Hephthalites, also known as White Huns, were a nomadic people who lived across northern China, Central Asia, and northern India in the fourth through sixth centuries. The term Hephthalite derives from Greek, supposedly a rendering of Hayathelite (from the term Haital = "Big/Powerful" in the dialect of Bukhara), the name used by Persian writers to refer to a 6th century empire on the northern and eastern periphery of their land. As a group they appear to be distinct from the Huns who migrated to Europe in the Fourth Century AD. #JN2040: $250 SOLD

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