A PAIR OF GREEK GOLD EARRINGS
Hellenistic Period, Circa 2nd Century B.C.
Each with a hoop of coiled wire tapering to a single wire that hooks through a loop on the underside of a goat head terminal, the head emerging from a collar ornamented with filigree tongues, the long horns and ears made separately and inserted, the eyes perhaps originally enamelled; now joined to modern earwires
7/8 in. (2.2 cm.) long (2)