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Silver Denarius Of Roman Emperor Domitian - FJ.2134
Origin: Israel (Sebastia, Samaria)
Circa: 96 AD to 98 AD

Collection: Roman
Medium: Silver-Gold-Peridot

Additional Information: This ancient coin is set in an 18 karat gold pendant and strung in a necklace with genuine aquamarine beads, genuine peridot beads, and with a 14 karat gold clasp.
Location: United States
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In ancient Rome, the Aquamarine was highly prized because of its resemblance to a calm, sunlit sea. It was felt that whoever wore the gem would be rewarded with peace and serenity. The beauty of this exquisite necklace seems as subtle as a breeze upon water. Its soft colors perfectly complimented by the eternal glow of gold and silver, delight the sense. The woman who chooses this lovely jewel will be sharing a secret passed down through the centuries. How could anyone who wears it feel anything but happiness? - (FJ.2134)


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