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Speciality: Authentic ancient jewellery
Our company has the immense pleasure to offer for sale ancient jewellery, roman jewellery, byzantine, celtic, saxon, and medieval jewellery all available to buy online on our extensive website. Our jewellery collection, which comes from all over the globe, includes byzantine and roman rings, roman and medieval brooches, bracelets, fibula and necklaces. We have a vast range of roman jewellery and also gold, bronze and silver jewellery from all ages and at prices to suit every pocket.
This jewellery ranges from 1000 BC to the roman period and also some Edwardian and Victorian jewellery. This splendid collection of antique body jewellery and antiquities makes a unique and valuable gift or to add to, or start, your own collection. The jewellery items are extremely wearable and are beautiful in their authenticity. Ancient jewellery has much intrinsic value and this is an opportunity to own a unique piece of history.
We also sell fossils millions of years in age and ancient artefacts such as oil lamps, figurines, arrowheads, etc. These are intriguing due to their age, fascinating due to their preservation and ideal for a collection or to display as ornaments of interest.
Our shopping cart enables you to buy in English Pounds, US Dollars or Euros and all items are secured by a full money back certificate of authenticity.
Each piece of jewellery is accompanied by a detailed history and picture together with the certificate and our site is regularly updated with new antiquities.
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