ROMAN & BYZANTINE

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Silver band ring with a hammered finish, typical of the Roman period, many of which are found at the Citadel Museum in Amman, Jordan.
Size can be altered to suit
Sterling silver
$120.00
Roman motif with gemstones on a leather necklace.

Necklace length 45cm
Silver is gold plated with 3 microns
Gemstones on the pendant vary
$215.00
Burmese agate necklace with a central pendant inspired by Byzantine jewellery at the Citadel Museum in Amman Jordan.

Necklace length 45cm
$445.00
Roman replica earring consisting of a bar and a gemstone drop.

Available in turquoise, agate, amethyst, onyx
Silver is gold plated with 3 microns
$145.00
Gemstones linked with silver wire necklace with a silver Jerash fish pendant.

Silver is rhodium plated
Necklace length 45cm
$145.00
Silver and gold plated band ring with a hammered finish, typical of the Roman period, many of which are found at the Citadel Museum in Amman, Jordan.


Size can be altered to suit
Silver is gold plated 3 microns
$145.00
Silver gold plated hoop earrings with intricate gold bead work.

Earrings length 3.5 cm
Silver is dipped in 3 microns of gold
$145.00
A classic hoop earring, very common in Roman times, inspired by jewels at the Citadel Museum in Amman, Jordan, dating back to the 8th century AD and found during excavations in Jerash.

Silver is gold plated 3 microns
Matt gold finish
$165.00

Jordan is home to many cities of the Decapolis.

This collection pays tribute to the Roman and Byzantine eras, as we recreate jewels from artefacts on show at the Citadel Museum in Amman, Jordan.

Inspired by jewels found at various locations within Jordan, mainly at the city of Jerash, and which are now on display at the Citadel Museum in Amman, Jordan, we recreate jewels from this golden era of the history of our region which spanned over eight centuries.

This collection has been adopted by the Petra National Trust, in a joint collaboration with Nadia Dajani Jewellery.

A percentage of the sales of this collection will go to the Petra National Trust, to further their work in protecting and preserving the heritage of the Rose Red city of Petra, Jordan's national treasure.

 

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