ca. 600 (Early Medieval). Gold, pearls, and semiprecious stones. These dramatic, colorful earrings were most likely made in Constantinople, perhaps as an imperial gift to a Visigothic ruler of medieval Spain, where the earrings were found. The Visigoths, a migratory group that ultimately settled in Spain, had by the 6th century established trade and diplomatic contacts with the Byzantine court, whose jewelry they much admired.
Aqua Flora Couture Cuff - Aquamarines, turquoise, vintage glass seed beads, green garnets and 14-carat yellow gold-plated beads, hand embroidered on heavy silk with a hammered, yellow gold-plated over sterling silver clasp.
Turqoise Egyptian vintage Jewelry has a bluish green gemstone that symbolizes happiness and life for eqgyptian people. For egyptian people, jasper stone represents great things because of its associantion with fire of isis god and blood