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Reverse-painted Glass Jewelry Box
Reverse-painted Glass Jewelry Box
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Category: Home Décor/Home Accents

Popular during the Spanish colonial era in Peru, the art of reverse-glass painting dwindled until local artisans rediscovered it in the 1960s. Designs are painted on the back of glass—first the details and outlines, then highlights, then the background. Glass panels decorated with swirling floral motifs adorn this petite gold-painted wooden jewelry box.


$79.00
$20.99
Venetian Glass Swirl Earrings
Venetian Glass Swirl Earrings
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Category: Clothing/Jewelry/Earrings

Popular souvenirs from Venetian glassmakers are small “candies” and marbles that show off the glassblower’s skill in miniature. This glittering jewelry is made in the same spirit as those confections and collectibles. The earrings include light-catching flecks of 24-karat gold leaf or sterling silver leaf, or a frosted copper finish.


Available styles: Copper, Gold, Silver
$29.00
$19.99
Venetian Glass Bead Bracelet
Venetian Glass Bead Bracelet
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Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

Lampworked glass beads, handmade in a family studio in Venice, Italy, decorate these flexible wrap bracelets. Gold-tone beads make them easy to layer with other jewelry for a look that is both traditional and on trend.


Available colors: Aqua, Gold
$32.00
Ancient Roman Glass Medallion Earrings
Ancient Roman Glass Medallion Earrings
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Category: Member Products/Jewelry

During the Roman Empire, as now, people used glass vessels in all shapes and sizes to store wine, medicine, perfumes, and food. The aqua-hued medallions in our elegant earrings are fragments recovered from this ancient glass. Excavated in Israel, the pieces of glass are cut and polished, but still retain the texture of constant use. Each piece is set in a gold-plated sterling silver bezel.


$225.00
Ancient Roman Glass Medallion Bracelet
Ancient Roman Glass Medallion Bracelet
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Category: Member Products/Jewelry

During the Roman Empire, as now, people used glass vessels in all shapes and sizes to store wine, medicine, perfumes, and food. The aqua-hued medallions in our elegant bracelet are fragments recovered from this ancient glass. Excavated in Israel, the pieces of glass are cut and polished, but still retain the texture of constant use. Each piece is set in a gold-plated sterling silver bezel.


$495.00
Gold-vermeil Roman Glass Earrings
Gold-vermeil Roman Glass Earrings
(Based on 3 reviews)
Category: Member Products/Jewelry
Wear a piece of history with this conversation-starting jewelry made with ancient pieces of Roman glass. Excavated in Israel, the glass has picked up an iridescent patina from the earth in which it rested for about 2,000 years. 22-karat gold-vermeil wires encircle each glass disk, which may have once been a wineglass, jug, or other vessel.
$169.00
Gold-vermeil Roman Glass Necklace
Gold-vermeil Roman Glass Necklace
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Category: Member Products/Jewelry
Wear a piece of history with this conversation-starting jewelry made with ancient pieces of Roman glass. Excavated in Israel, the glass has picked up an iridescent patina from the earth in which it rested for about 2,000 years. 22-karat gold-vermeil wires encircle each glass disk, which may have once been a wineglass, jug, or other vessel.
$199.00
Italian Multistrand Garnet and Coin Necklace
Italian Multistrand Garnet and Coin Necklace
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Category: Jewelry/Necklaces

Roman emperors commissioned thousands of different designs and denominations of coins and people from Britain to Spain to Syria still turn up Roman coins while plowing their fields and digging in their gardens. For collectors, there's nothing more satisfying than pinpointing when an ancient bronze coin was first minted. The reproduction coins in our multistrand necklace depict an emperor on horseback under the words OPTIMO PRINCIPI, Latin for "highest prince." Several emperors used this title, but it's most often found on coins minted by the first-century emperor Trajan.


$348.00