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Silver Denarius Of Roman Emperor Trajan - FJ.4102
Origin: Israel (Sebastia, Samaria)
Circa: 98 AD to 117 AD

Collection: Roman
Medium: Silver-Tourmaline

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 mixed tourmaline beads and a 14 karat gold clasp.

The Roman nobility surrounded themselves with rare and precious treasures brought from the far corners of the empire. Silks from China, gems from India, perfumes from Arabia, all traveled by caravan for years to adorn the beauties of the court. This exquisite necklace blends the coin portrait of a great emperor with the soft hues of tourmaline, valued since antiquity as a healing stone. In ancient Rome as today this jewel would have elicited gasps of admiration. It proves that classic beauty never goes out of fashion.
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