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Viking Arm Ring 9th century

this bracelet has stylized animal-head terminals, much like those found on jewelry made by Germanic peoples to the south. Arm rings or armle.

This Viking neck ring is made from three twisted silver wires and is fastened by an unusual conical knob and loop clasp. It was both jewelry and money to its owner. Large neck rings and smaller arms rings were buried in Viking hoards in Ireland, Scandinavia, and England, all important hubs of Viking sea trade. This neck ring was found buried with a plain arm ring (present location unknown), in Fenit, County Kerry, Ireland in 1880

This Viking neck ring is made from three twisted silver wires and is fastened by an unusual conical knob and loop clasp. It was both jewelry and money to its owner. This neck ring was found buried with a plain arm ring in Fenit, County Kerry, Ireland.

VIKING OR SAXON, 9TH-11TH CENTURY  FINGER RING WITH TWO INTERTWINING PLAITED BANDS

(Viking, UK) Viking or Saxon Finger Gold Ring with two interwining Plaited Bands. ca century CE.

This a substantial Scandinavian Viking solid gold finger ring, dating to the 9th - 10th century A.D. This type of finger ring is a classic of the Viking age, with an ornately knotted bezel. The bezel is formed as a reef knot, which has been in use for over four thousand years as a symbol of marriage. The ring is made from a single rod, hammered and drawn thinner towards the terminals, which are then tied and neatly wrapped on the shoulders. The ring is robust and heavy, designed for everyday

This a substantial Scandinavian Viking solid gold finger ring, dating to the

VIKING GOLD PUNCH DECORATED RING. 9th-11th century CE. A sturdy Viking period finger ring decorated with offset pellet-in-triangle punchmarks within borders of pellets. Gold, 24.80 grams, 27 mm external diameter (approximate size UK Y, USA 12, Europe 27.51, Japan 26). Very fine condition. Rare.

awesome Viking Gold Punch Decorated Ring - Lot No. 562 by post_link

Early Renaissance Gothic style Love Ring “Corte Porta Amor” 14th century Italian. Gold and cabochon Ruby heart. ruby

Gothic Love Ring “Corte Porta Amor” Date: century Culture: Italian Medium: Gold and ruby Dimensions: Bezel x mm.

Viking Gold Scutiform Ring - 9th-11th century AD. A substantial gold finger ring with lozengiform bezel developing from the hoop, formed from a single cast bar; the narrow ends of the bar twisted over each other; the hoop decorated with sub-triangular and pellet-in-triangle punchmarks; the bezel formed with a central boss surrounded by subtriangular and chevron punchmarks. - See more at: http://realmsofgoldthenovel.blogspot.com/2014/03/viking-gold-finger-rings.html#sthash.oineUPI8.dpuf

A substantial gold finger ring with lozengiform bezel developing from the hoop, formed from a single cast bar; the narrow ends of the bar twisted over each other; the hoop decorated with sub-triangular and

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.

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