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Tetradrachm of Roman Emperor Macrinus - FJ.4130
Origin: Emessa
Circa: 217 AD to 218 AD

Collection: Coin Jewelry
Medium: Silver, Citrine

Location: United States
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This ancient coin is set in an 18 karat gold pendant and strung in a necklace with genuine amethyst beads and with a 14 karat gold clasp.

In every great culture of antiquity, in Egypt, Greece, and Rome, the amethyst was prized for its rich purple radiance. It is easy to see why. The soothing beauty of the gem is timeless, as appealing to modern tastes as it surely was to ancient ones. This spectacular necklace blends lush amethyst with bright gold and a coin from the height of the Roman Empire. Classic in its elegance, it is a worthy heir to that ancient jewelry tradition. The woman who wears it is certain to feel as pampered as a queen of Egypt or an empress of Rome.
- (FJ.4130)


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