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Roman Silver Denarius in 14k Gold Pendant

Roman Silver Denarius in 14k Gold Pendant

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  • Weight of the coins: 4g
  • Weight of the gold: 4.3g
  • Gold type: 14k 
  • necklaces: 14k included 
  • Date of the coin: 63 BCE
  • found: in the Holyland Jerusalem
  • Certificate: included from Israeli authority of antiquities

Elevate your collection with this captivating Roman silver denarius, now transformed into a stunning pendant of unparalleled elegance. Encased in a radiant 14k gold setting, this ancient artifact takes on new life, its rich history merging seamlessly with contemporary luxury. The denarius, a symbol of Roman power and prestige, bears witness to the empire's glory days, its intricate design a testament to the craftsmanship of antiquity. Suspended from a delicate gold chain, this pendant exudes an aura of timeless sophistication, making it a truly extraordinary addition to any jewelry aficionado's ensemble.

Once upon a time, in the heart of the ancient Roman Empire, there circulated a currency that spoke volumes of the empire's might and majesty. Among these coins was the denarius, a silver coin coveted for its purity and precision. Minted by skilled artisans and circulated by merchants and traders, the denarius became a symbol of Roman power and prosperity.

Centuries passed, and the empire faded into memory, but the legacy of the denarius endured. Discovered by modern-day treasure hunters amidst the sands of time, these ancient coins found new life in the hands of artisans and jewelers.

One such denarius, bearing the likeness of emperors long gone, caught the eye of a master jeweler. Inspired by its timeless beauty and historical significance, they set to work, transforming the coin into a work of wearable art.

Encased in a radiant 14k gold setting, the denarius became a pendant of unparalleled allure, its story woven into every facet of its design. As it found its way into the hands of its new owner, it whispered tales of conquest and triumph, a tangible link to a bygone era.

And so, adorned with this exquisite piece of history, the wearer carried with them not just a piece of jewelry, but a piece of the past—a reminder that even in the passage of time, the echoes of greatness endure.

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Why us?

"At Hamedian Gallery, our journey spans over 35 years of dedication to excellence in the world of antiquities. Through hard work, passion, and the support of our valued customers, we've achieved remarkable milestones that have shaped our reputation as a trusted source for rare and authentic treasures.

Our breakthroughs in the industry have been fueled by the countless friendships and partnerships we've cultivated along the way. These relationships have not only enriched our collection but have also allowed us to expand our offerings to include a diverse array of items, from Icons and pottery to ancient coins, statues, and carpets.

One of our proudest achievements came when the Israeli Antiquities Authority and The Ministry of Tourism granted us authorization to sell a wide range of antiquities, affirming our commitment to authenticity and integrity. This milestone opened doors to new opportunities, leading to partnerships with international companies and participation in prestigious auctions worldwide.

What sets us apart is our unwavering dedication to authenticity. Every item in our gallery is accompanied by a legal certificate from the Israeli Antiquities Authority, and our inventory is meticulously cataloged and classified by the Israeli Museum. This ensures that our customers can shop with confidence, knowing they are acquiring genuine pieces of history.

To our esteemed customers, we extend our heartfelt appreciation for your trust and support. Thank you for allowing us to share our passion for antiquities with you. We invite you to explore our gallery and discover the timeless treasures that await."