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Cab0chon Ring found in Leeds, West Yorkshire - an unusually large, complete and spectacular gold ring with a lozenge-shaped bezel set with a garnet gem. Anglo-Saxon pieces of such high quality are extremely rare. It was made to be displayed as a sign of great wealth and status and is in near perfect condition.

Cab0chon Ring found in Leeds, West Yorkshire - an unusually large, complete and spectacular gold ring with a lozenge-shaped bezel set with a garnet gem. Anglo-Saxon pieces of such high quality are extremely rare. It was made to be displayed as a sign of great wealth and status and is in near perfect condition.

From the Saxon Staffordshire Hoard. -- (Gold Cross reconstruction.) Learn about the artistry of Anglo- Saxon craftsmen, and see ancient weapons of war that were works of art through Staffordshire and Sutton Hoo treasures.

From the Saxon Staffordshire Hoard. -- (Gold Cross reconstruction.) Learn about the artistry of Anglo- Saxon craftsmen, and see ancient weapons of war that were works of art through Staffordshire and Sutton Hoo treasures.

A Migration Period silver gilt buckle and strap end  Circa 5th-6th century A.D. Composed of sheets of silver, the front gilded and decorated with a border of spiralling filigree interspersed with knopped rivets, the buckle chip carved, 3½in (8.9cm) and 1¾in (4.4cm), mounted

A Migration Period silver gilt buckle and strap end Circa 5th-6th century A.D. Composed of sheets of silver, the front gilded and decorated with a border of spiralling filigree interspersed with knopped rivets, the buckle chip carved, 3½in (8.9cm) and 1¾in (4.4cm), mounted

anillo relicario del Tesoro Thame. El Tesoro Thame se compone de cinco anillos de oro medievales y diez grañones plata (c.1351 - c.1457)

anillo relicario del Tesoro Thame. El Tesoro Thame se compone de cinco anillos de oro medievales y diez grañones plata (c.1351 - c.1457)

Late Medieval; mid 15th century. Gold ring, set with a purple spinel in a claw setting. There is an inscription around the sides.

Late Medieval; mid 15th century. Gold ring, set with a purple spinel in a claw setting. There is an inscription around the sides.

The Kingston Brooch, 7th Century AD. Anglo-Saxon - gold, inlaid with blue glass, white shell and cut garnets. This is the largest and finest brooch of its kind to be found.

The Kingston Brooch, 7th Century AD. Anglo-Saxon - gold, inlaid with blue glass, white shell and cut garnets. This is the largest and finest brooch of its kind to be found.

Frankish finger ring with cross, ca 5th-6th c.

Frankish finger ring with cross, ca 5th-6th c.

Anglo-Saxon Buckles, Faversham |

Anglo-Saxon Buckles, Faversham |

Extremely rare gold saxon ring with a flat circular bezel engraved with a champlevé zoomorphic pattern inlaid with black niello; the hoop is formed by a single wire twisted like a torque, a typical early saxon design, the shoulders terminating in foliate motifs. The original niello is restored and protected by a varnish (who the hell would do that?...).  Northumbria probably late 9th.

Extremely rare gold saxon ring with a flat circular bezel engraved with a champlevé zoomorphic pattern inlaid with black niello; the hoop is formed by a single wire twisted like a torque, a typical early saxon design, the shoulders terminating in foliate motifs. The original niello is restored and protected by a varnish (who the hell would do that?...). Northumbria probably late 9th.

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