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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.

Celtic Ring 4th-5th century B.C.

This ring evokes the splendor of the Celts and their love of personal adornment. Its combination of tendril motifs echo symmetrical designs that appear to be abstractions of a face.

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.

This most spectacular item is a stunning gold ring with a lozenge-shaped bezel set with a garnet gem which is in near-perfect condition. Anglo-Saxon 7th century AD.

Anglo-Saxon gold ring, c. - lozenge-shaped bezel set with garnet gem in near-perfect condition

Cross from the Anglo-Saxon Ship-Burial at Sutton Hoo

Anglo-Saxon/ Byzantine, Garnet cross framing a gold coin of Heraclius, AD British Museum similar in cloisonné style to some Merovian pieces

British Museum - jewellery Late 6th cent. Anglo-Saxon  harness fitting.

Anglo-Saxon Harness Fitting, Hardingstone A Sixth century harness fitting from Hardingstone.

Gold ring found near West Dereham, Norfolk in the 1960’s by somebody hoeing onions.  Norfolk Museum

This finely worked Anglo-Saxon gold ring was found near West Dereham in Norfolk in the by somebody hoeing onions. Date made: 450 - 1000 Materials: gold

Gold ring, from Cerveteri (Lazio). Etruscan civilization, 6th Century BC.

Etruscan Gold: Gold Rings, from Cerveteri (Lazio) Etruscan civilization, Century BC.

didoofcarthage: “The Juliana bracelet from the Hoxne hoard Roman Britain, buried in the 5th century A.D. found in Hoxne, Suffolk The British Museum ”

The Juliana Bracelet from the Hoxne hoard Roman Britain, buried in the century AD Found in Hoxne, Suffolk The Hoxne (pronounced ‘Hoxon’) hoard is the richest find of treasure from Roman.

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