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Leaf Earrings
The idea of the leaf design adornment is derived from Queen Puabi's jewelry dates from the 3rd millennium B.C. (2600-2500 B.C.) and was discovered in the 1920s on a joint archaeological expedition of the University of Pennsylvania Museum and the British Museum.
Brass leaf motif and Carneilan. Gold-filled ear-wires.

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Leaf Earrings

Bullhead Cufflinks
The beautiful bull headed lyre which inspired this piece of jewelry was discovered in the so-called King's Grave in the Royal Cemetery at Ur. The instrument dates to ca. 2600-2500 BC.
The lyre is part of the great Mesopotamian collection at the University of Pennsylvania Museum.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter and brass.
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Bullhead Cufflinks

Mesopotamian Flower Earrings

The earrings were inspired by Queen Puabi's jewelry from the Royal Tombs of Ur. Dates from the 3rd millennium B.C. (2600-2500 B.C.).

Enameled 24 karat antique gold over pewter. Sterling silver ear-posts.

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Mesopotamian Flower Earrings

Ur Leaf necklace The idea of the leaf design adornment is derived from Queen Puabi's jewelry dates from the 3rd millennium B.C. (2600-2500 B.C.) and was discovered in the 1920s on a joint archaeological expedition of the University of Pennsylvania Museum and the British Museum.
16" Ur necklace with Carneilan.
Ur Leaf Necklace

Bullhead Tie-Tack The beautiful bull headed lyre which inspired this piece of jewelry was discovered in the so-called King's Grave in the Royal Cemetery at Ur. The instrument dates to ca. 2600-2500 BC.
The lyre is part of the great Mesopotamian collection at the University of Pennsylvania Museum.
24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter and brass.

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Bullhead Tie-Tack

Ur Leaf Necklace The idea of the leaf design adornment is derived from Queen Puabi's jewelry dates from the 3rd millennium B.C. (2600-2500 B.C.) and was discovered in the 1920s on a joint archaeological expedition of the University of Pennsylvania Museum and the British Museum.
16" Ur necklace with Lapis.


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Ur Leaf Necklace

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