“Finger-ring, gold, Gold finger-ring formed from four tightly twisted gold rods, tapering slightly towards their ends; these are hammered together to form a narrow oblong band, which is flat and plain. the rods consist of two plain thick.
Gold braided Viking Bracelet: The gold-and silversmiths of the Vikings were very adept at making their own jewelry. They were skilled in weaving thick gold wires. These braided gold bracelet dating from the second half of the tenth century.
Love-ring with play on grammar, made in France or England in the century (source). “ The inside of this broad hoop is engraved with a lady, amidst flowers and foliage, holding a squirrel (a symbol of inconstancy) on a leash, while the outside is.
Finger ring from the Viking Age, originally found in gold at Vestermarie, Bornholm. The ring has a distinctive twisted pattern, which makes it very decorative. The ring is displayed at The National Museum in Copenhagen.