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In ancient Greece, gold beads in the shape of shells, flowers and beetles were very common. In Northern Greece, beautiful necklaces and earrings have been excavated from numerous burial sites.
By 300BC, the Greeks were using gems such as Emeralds, Garnets, Amethysts and Pearls. When it was not possible to acquire real gems, they resorted to using coloured glass, stones and enamelled stones. Carved Agate cameos and gold filigree works were also extremely popular in the period.
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