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Tetradrachm of Roman Emperor Macrinus - FJ.1492
Origin: Syria (Emessa)
Circa: 217 AD to 218 AD

Collection: Coin Jewelry
Medium: Silver and Gold

Additional Information: This ancient coin is set in an 18 karat gold pendant and strung in a necklace with genuine black onyx beads and with a 14 karat gold clasp.
Location: United States
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The rulers of ancient Rome had a flair for the dramatic. Wearing rich robes and bold jewels, the emperors and empresses knew how to draw the attention of a huge crowd or an intimate room. The understood how clothes and jewels must compliment the personality of the wearer, not define or over power it. This elegant necklace would certainly have caused a stir in the palaces of the Roman Empire. Wherever it is worn today, it will have no less of an effect. - (FJ.1492)


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