Roman Glass Bead Necklace from 2nd-5th Centuries AD.
Mounted Agadir Ammonites
100 million years old.
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A group of step-domed spindle whorls carved in alabaster.
These coins date from turbulent times of the mid third century A.D.
Brussells hoard silver pennies of Henry III, London mint.
Roman glass: Each a tall Roman glass unguentarium (known as the candlestick type) in clear, very pale green glass; the tall neck merging into a bulbous body, standing on a flattened base with an inverted centre.
Lovely and special piece of stationery, a unique gift.
This is an Echinoderm, a specific group of animals that live in the sea.
These giant Cretaceous mantiliceras ammonites come from Morocco and are about 100 million years old.
These beautiful ammonites are an extinct group of marine mollusk that were distant relatives of the living squid and octopus.
Queen Didda of Kashmir staters
Ming jars in blue and white
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