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A gold finger ring . Half of a ring cut as a gimmel. The exterior of the hoop is of cable design with engraved flowers extending partially around the hoop on both sides, probably before the 15th century.

A gold finger ring . Half of a ring cut as a gimmel. The exterior of the hoop is of cable design with engraved flowers extending partially around the hoop on both sides, probably before the century.

Africa | Benfra bracelet from the Akan people of Ghana/ivory Coast | Gold | 19th - 20th century | Price on request

Mad, gorgeous, chunky gold Benfra bracelet from the Akan people of the Ivory Coast and Ghana. Like some kind of sacred weapon from an advanced alien race.

Finger Ring, gold and sapphire, English, 14th century - The inscription on the hoop reads: Rutilans Eboraci Civita[ti]s cantor (Rufus(?) of York, Musician(?) of the Episcopal City).  (SIDE VIEW)

Side view of that cool ring. Finger Ring, gold and sapphire, English, century - The inscription on the hoop reads: Rutilans Eboraci Civita[ti]s cantor (Rufus(?) of York, Musician(?) of the Episcopal City).

Rose gold bangle set with calibre-cut sapphires, with links decorated in brilliant-cut diamonds set in platinum and hung with two tassels set with brilliant-cut sapphires by Boucheron, Paris 1944-46. Exhibited by Hancocks.

Hancocks jewelry at the Haughton International Fine Art & Antiques Show (IFAAS)

Boucheron: Rose gold bangle set with calibre-cut sapphires, with links decorated in brilliant-cut diamonds set in platinum and hung with two tassels set with brilliant-cut sapphires

Gold ring with a 4-petal bezel with double cusps, set with a turquoise, Western Europe, 1500-50.

Gold ring with a bezel with double cusps, set with a turquoise, Western Europe,

Ring; Western European, gold set with sapphire and garnet, circa 1300-1400 SIDE VIEW

Ring

Western European, gold set with sapphire and garnet, circa SIDE VIEW

A RENAISSANCE COLOMBIAN EMERALD-SET GOLD JEWEL RECOVERED FROM THE SHIPWRECKED SPANISH GALLEON NUESTRA SEÑORA DE ATOCHA  EARLY 17TH CENTURY

A Renaissance Colombian emerald-set gold jewel recovered from a shipwrecked Spanish galleon named "Nuestra Senora de Atocha," early cen

cheapside hoard. from Museum of London exhibition "The Cheapside Hoard: London’s Lost Jewels" 2014

Cheapside Hoard from Mus of London exhibition "The Cheapside Hoard: London’s Lost Jewels" 2014

Enamelled gold ring, with an octagonal box bezel re-set with a smoky quartz. Probably Spain, 1600-50.

Enamelled gold ring, with an octagonal box bezel re-set with a smoky quartz. Probably Spain, The setting is boring, but I love what they did to the shank.

Roman  Gold Earring, set with a cabachon garnet, dating to the 2nd/3rd Century AD

*ITALY ~ Roman Gold Earring, set with a cabachon garnet, dating to the Century AD

Posy ring, with the inscriptions ‘Hail Mary, full of Grace’, and ‘Love Conquers All’. Made in Europe, c.1250-1300

Gold and sapphire posy ring, c Perhaps the most commonly found inscription is 'Amor Vincit Omnia', a motto found on a brooch worn by the flirtatious Prioress in Chaucer's Prologue to the 'Canterbury Tales', written around

Byzantine blue glass, pearl, and gold ring, dating to the early 6th century CE.

gemma-antiqua: “Byzantine blue glass, pearl, and gold ring, dating to the early century CE.

circa 1300-1400, European gold ring set with cabochon sapphire. Minimal stone cutting typical of the period

Ring

circa European gold ring set with cabochon sapphire. Minimal stone cutting typical of the period

Ring  Place of origin: Canterbury, United Kingdom (said to have been, worn)  Date: ca. 1362-1374 (made)  Artist/Maker: unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques: Gold, chased, engraved; sapphire, drilled

William Wytlesey's ring (Ring)

William Wytlesey's ring Object: Ring Place of origin: Canterbury, United Kingdom (said to have been, worn) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Gold, chased, engraved;

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