Stone fern. River, lake, and swamp deposits that date from the Pennsylvanian period, approximately 300 million years ago. Found near St. Clair, Pennsylvania. Leaf colors of orange, white, and yellow.
11 1/2" x 8 1/2"
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Rectangular shaped one-sided jewelry mold, used for making jewelry such as pendants, earrings, etc. The jewelry was made by the "lost wax" technique, which was widely known from the Late Bronze Age onwards. This technique involves the following stages: two stone or terracotta molds are made with the form of the jewelry worked on them in reverse, in intaglio. Precisely half the piece was carved on each mold. Molten wax was poured into these molds, which was then replaced by molten metal. This particular mold is especially for necklaces and earrings.
Hebrew necklace pendant
Translucent blue glass pendant, circular in shape. While in a molten form, a raised impression of the seven-branched Menorah was stamped into the surface.