Gold earrings with heart-shaped gold ornaments. Origin: Three Kingdoms (Korea) Silla Kingdom, 5thC-6thC.
Korea - The thick main ring is decorated with tortoise-shell and leaf patterns, executed in the graduation technique, which makes use of hundreds of tiny grains of gold. Earrings decorated with granulated gold were popular for a short time during the Silla period.
Royal crown from the burial ground of Silla: an ancient, pre-Korean matriarchal society, 3rd to 5th centuries AD. Photo:Sarah Milledge Nelson.
Stag Antler and Tree Crown of Silla Kingdome, Gyeongju, Korea
Silla Dynasty Gold Crown National Treasure No. 188 SouthKorea.
Ancient Korean Crown of the Silla kings, date to the fifth and sixth centuries of the Common Era. These crowns were excavated in Gyeongju, the former capital of Silla, and are designated National treasures of South Korea.
Pair of Earrings Medium: Sheet gold and wire gold with heart-shaped pendants. Dates: 5th-6th century Dynasty: Silla Dynasty Period: Silla Dynasty Dimensions: 31/8 x 3/4 in. (7.9 x 1.9cm) Korea
Silla: Korea's Golden Kingdom Pair of shoe soles. Possibly China, Northern Wei dynasty, or Korea, Silla kingdom, 5th century. Excavated from Singnichong Tomb. Gilt bronze; L. 13 3/4 in. (35 cm). National Museum of Korea
[Antiquity-Three Kingdoms Period(Silla) Korea] Round roof-edge tile with human face design