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Saxon gold filigree and garnet finger ring, 7th-8th century AD.  A sheet gold finger ring with faux-filigree bands to the outer face, filigree volute scrolls to the shoulders with granule detailing, garnet cloison to the bezel with filigree collar.

Saxon Gold Filigree and Garnet Finger Ring century AD . A sheet gold finger ring with faux-filigree bands to the outer face, filigree volute scrolls to the shoulders with granule detailing, garnet cloison to the bezel with filigree collar.

VIKING FILIGREE RING 9th-11th century AD  A large silver ring with granulation decoration; the high bezel domed and covered in a series of large applied granulations, chevron border below; large spherical granules to the outer edge of the bezel and trefoil granulation to the shoulders; the shank decorated with a two lines of chevrons separated by a plain rib. 20 grams, 23.88 overall, 20.25 internal diameter

Viking Filigree Ring Eastern Viking/Slavic unusual ring, probably manufacture in Kievan Rus.

TWO ROMAN GOLD RINGS   CIRCA 1ST-3RD CENTURY A.D.   One with oval garnet with central raised rib, two shorter incised lines either side, in claw-set bezel edged with spiral-beaded and plain wire, hoop modern; and another gold ring, the plain hoop widening to a hollow raised bezel set with later garnets and central pearl

TWO ROMAN GOLD RINGS CIRCA 1ST-3RD CENTURY A.D. One with oval garnet with central raised rib, two shorter incised lines either side, in claw-set bezel edged with spiral-beaded and plain wire, hoop modern; and another gold ring, the plain hoop widening to a hollow raised bezel set with later garnets and central pearl

600-700 Anglo-Saxon England, Probably Kent

archaicwonder: “ The Milton Brooch, Anglo-Saxon, Century AD The Milton Jewel is one of the finest examples of Anglo-Saxon brooches of the period, with a sophisticated design carried out in a.

A Greek gold and garnet finger ring, Hellenistic period, circa 3rd century B.C.

A greek gold and garnet finger ring Hellenistic period circa century. In the form of two serpents.

ANGLO SAXON GOLD RING. Lobed quatrefoil design, each of the four panels decorated with a stylised creature, which from the top, appear to be a hare or rabbit, a bird of prey, a swan and a dog; at the centre there is a flowerhead with eight petals. The hoop with lettering reading CYNEFRID between two crosses and flanked by a stylised deer and a hare to each shoulder. The decoration and lettering would have stood out from the niello background (now mostly lost), mid-9th century, 23.2 by 19.0…

ANGLO SAXON GOLD RING Of lobed quatrefoil design. The hoop with lettering reading CYNEFRID between two crosses and flanked by a stylised deer and a hare to each shoulder.

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