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Made of frosted lapis lazuli and gold finished, brass beads, this stylish necklace is patterned after designs created by the Sumerians, who inhabited lower Mesopotamia between the Tigr
is and Euphrates rivers from the middle of the 4th millennium B.C. until about 1792 B.C.Found among the many treasures excavated at the royal cemetery in the ancient city of Ur were decorative boxes, statues and jewelry such as this piece embellished with gold and lapis.
Measuring 16” long, it has a gold finished lobster claw closure. Gift box included.
Reminiscent of the splendid costume and jewelry designs seen in the the Met’s spectacular production of Aida.
- c. 2500 B.C.
- Frosted lapis
- Gold finished brass beads
- Gold finished lobster claw closure
- 16” L
- Gift box included
Set against the epic backdrop of ancient Egypt, Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida (1871) is an intimate love story about one man and two women who get caught between their personal feelings and the fate of their nations. The great Triumphal Scene at the center of Act II ranks among opera’s most celebrated moments.
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