Ancient Sculpture Gallery


Roman Jewelry Reproductions

We have a large collection of Etruscan and Roman rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, cameos and coin jewelry. When Roman rule came to Greece and Macedonia, no change in jewelry designs was detected. However, by 27 BC, Greek designs were heavily influenced by the Roman culture. The most common artefact of early Rome was the brooch, which was used to secure clothing together. The Romans used a diverse range of materials for their jewelry from their extensive resources across the continent. Although they used gold, they sometimes used bronze or bone, and in earlier times, glass beads & pearl. As early as 2,000 years ago, they imported Sri Lankan sapphires and Indian diamonds and used emeralds and amber in their jewelry. Although women wore a vast array of jewelry, men often only wore a finger ring. Although they were expected to wear at least one ring, some Roman men wore a ring on every finger, while others wore none. Roman men and women wore rings with an engraved gem on it that was used with wax to seal documents, a practice that continued into medieval times when kings and noblemen used the same method.

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ZEUGITANIA: Carthage. Circa 310-290 BC. Electrum Stater

ZEUGITANIA: Carthage. Circa 310-290 BC. Electrum Stater

Item No. J073
$4,499.00
Roman Empire: VALENTINIAN III. Gold Solidus. Nicely mounted in a 18k gold bezel with pure gold Chain

Roman Empire: VALENTINIAN III. Gold Solidus. Nicely mounted in a 18k gold bezel with pure gold Chain

Item No. J074
$3,999.00
Gold Roman Meander Necklace

Gold Roman Meander Necklace

Item No. J214
Dimensions: Length 18 1/2 in
$2,000.00
Roman Empire: Trajan. 97-117 A.D. Silver Denarius. Set in a 24 k. pure gold custom made Ring

Roman Empire: Trajan. 97-117 A.D. Silver Denarius. Set in a 24 k. pure gold custom made Ring

Item No. J064
Dimensions: Ring Size 12
$1,899.00
Mars and Bellona. Vitreous paste intaglio after a magnificent antique gem by Charles Brown

Mars and Bellona. Vitreous paste intaglio after a magnificent antique gem by Charles Brown

Item No. J040
$1,799.00
Rome. Cameo. Light purple vitreous paste intaglio. Set in 22K yellow gold setting

Rome. Cameo. Light purple vitreous paste intaglio. Set in 22K yellow gold setting

Item No. J037
$1,799.00
Domitian. 81-96 AD Silver Denari set in a 18 k. gold custom made ring.

Domitian. 81-96 AD Silver Denari set in a 18 k. gold custom made ring.

Item No. J063
Dimensions: Ring Size 10
$1,799.00
Antinous, as the Roman Bacchus, Vitreous paste intaglio, set in a 22 K. gold custom made setting

Antinous, as the Roman Bacchus, Vitreous paste intaglio, set in a 22 K. gold custom made setting

Item No. J035
$1,799.00
Antinous Braschi from the Vatican. Vitreous paste cameo in pale lavender after a magnificent gem by Luigi Pichler

Antinous Braschi from the Vatican. Vitreous paste cameo in pale lavender after a magnificent gem by Luigi Pichler

Item No. J041
$1,799.00
Antinous "Marlborough Gem" Intaglio, Set in 22 K. yellow gold setting

Antinous "Marlborough Gem" Intaglio, Set in 22 K. yellow gold setting

Item No. J033
$1,799.00
Rome; Inatglio. Dark Purple vitreous paste intaglio

Rome; Inatglio. Dark Purple vitreous paste intaglio

Item No. J039
$1,599.00
The Farnese Hercules Cameo. Red vitreous paste intaglio , set in 22K yellow gold setting

The Farnese Hercules Cameo. Red vitreous paste intaglio , set in 22K yellow gold setting

Item No. J036
$1,599.00
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