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Anglo-Saxon Finger Ring, 7thC - 8thC AD. Gold finger-ring; broad, flat hoop expanding to large oval bezel; covered with bands of twisted wire, simulating plaiting and diverging at the shoulders to enclose a circular design in pearled wire and pellets. Principal motive may be a quatrefoil, pellets in centre and interspaces forming a cross pattee. | ↳THE BRITISH MUSEUM

Right Gold finger-ring; broad, flat hoop expanding to large oval bezel; covered with bands of twisted wire diverging at the shoulders to enclose a circular design in pearled wire and pellets. © The Trustees of the British Museum

The Milton Disc Brooch. Kent, England,  600-700. Silver, bronze, gold, garnet, shell. The Milton Jewel is one of the finest examples of Anglo-Saxon brooches of the period. The brooch was found in 1832 in a cemetery at Milton, west of Dorchester-on-Thames.

The Milton Brooch (Disc brooch)

The Milton Brooch (Disc brooch), (made). A disc brooch decorated with garnet, gold and shell. Kent, seventh century A.

Gold ring, the circular bezel set with a medallion in cloisonné enamel with a triskele device. Decorated with pelleted and toothed borders, Anglo Saxon, 9th century.

Gold ring, the circular bezel set with a medallion in cloisonné enamel with a triskele device. Decorated with pelleted and toothed borders, Anglo Saxon, century.

Love-ring; gold; engraved; broad flat hoop divided horizontally by milled band, inscription on exterior, inscribed interior depicts woman and squirrel among flowers and foliage; circular bezel containing sapphire bead. 15th century

France or England ---- Love-ring; broad flat hoop divided horizontally by milled band, inscription on exterior, inscribed interior depicts woman and squirrel among flowers and foliage; circular bezel containing sapphire bead.

Anglo-Saxon and Viking (5th-11thC)  "An Anglo-Saxon period silver finger ring made from a single strand of square-section silver wire. The wire is coiled twice to form the hoop, and the remaining length is used to produce a double-start spiral bezel. The two ends of the wire are wound round the hoop to form shoulders. Traces of gilding are possibly present."

An Anglo-Saxon period silver finger ring made from a single strand of…

Royal finger rings from anglo-saxon England belonging to King Ethelwulf and his daughter Queen Ethelswith 828-858 A.D.

Royal finger rings from anglo-saxon England belonging to King Ethelwulf and his daughter Queen Ethelswith A. Anéis reais de Inglaterra anglo-saxã pertencentes ao rei Ethelwulf e sua filha Rainha Ethelswith AD

Æthelwulf Ring, (Laverstock: Found in a cart rut.) ca. 828-858, Late Anglo-Saxon. The British Museum.

centuriespast: “ Æthelwulf Ring Found/Acquired Laverstock, Found in a cart rut. Late Anglo-Saxon The British Museum ”

Anglo Saxon wire wrap finger rings | Anglo-Saxon Silver Knotted Ring

A silver wire finger ring formed from a double loop with a neat flat knot for the bezel. Silver, grams, mm overall (approximate size British K , USA 5 Europe Japan

Gold Ring found in Leeds, West Yorkshire

Etruscan Filigree and Granular Gold Ring from the Leeds Hoard, West Yorkshire UK ~ETS

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