Opal Necklace with Two Silver Denarii Of Roman Emperor Trajan - FJ.2874
Origin: Sebastia, Samaria, Israel
Circa: 98 AD to 117 AD

Catalogue: V11
Collection: Jewelry
Style: Coin Necklaces
Medium: Silver/Opal/Diamond


That which is truly precious transcends time. Whether in Ancient Rome or the modern world, this spectacular and dramatic necklace would be recognized as beautiful and rare. The radiant fire of the opal is brought to glowing perfection by classical silver, contemporary gold, and sparkling diamonds. A jewel of timeless magic, designed to ignite the passionate nature of whoever is lucky enough to wear it. - (FJ.2874)



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