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Viking Arm Ring 9th century

Viking Arm Ring 9th century

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Gold ring, of plaited wire, tapering towards the back where they are beaten flat, Viking, 9th to 11th century

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Gold ring, of plaited wire, tapering towards the back where they are beaten flat, Viking, 9th to 11th century

Irish Archaeology (@irarchaeology) | Twitter

Irish Archaeology (@irarchaeology) | Twitter

Circular gold arm-ring made of thin plaited rods forming an open-work frame around a single broader rod at its centre. The ends are encased in gold sheet, forming a lozenge-shaped plate with an incised contour line, which has a punched dot in each corner and a cross of five dots at the centre.  9th cent.  Ireland.  Photo credit - British Museum

Circular gold arm-ring made of thin plaited rods forming an open-work frame around a single broader rod at its centre. The ends are encased in gold sheet, forming a lozenge-shaped plate with an incised contour line, which has a punched dot in each corner and a cross of five dots at the centre. 9th cent. Ireland. Photo credit - British Museum

Viking gold arm ring. Found at Hässleberga, Sweden. The Swedish History Museum

Viking gold arm ring. Found at Hässleberga, Sweden. The Swedish History Museum

Zoomorphic torque bracelet.

Zoomorphic torque bracelet.

Viking Gold Twisted Bracelet    9th-11th century AD . A bracelet formed with twisted expanding rods, the closure formed with the ends twisted round each other.

Viking Gold Twisted Bracelet 9th-11th century AD . A bracelet formed with twisted expanding rods, the closure formed with the ends twisted round each other.

Viking Gold Knot Ring 9th-11th century AD. A very large round-section rod with tapering ends formed as a double-looped knot, ends coiled round the shank. 17 grams, 32mm overall, 23.43mm internal diameter (approximate size British Z+3 1/2, USA 14 1/4, Europe 33.42, Japan 32) (1 1/4"). Ex Lord Alistair MacAlpine collection; formerly from an important collection formed by a Mayfair gentleman. Very fine condition. Estimate: £3000 - 4000

Viking Gold Knot Ring 9th-11th century AD. A very large round-section rod with tapering ends formed as a double-looped knot, ends coiled round the shank. 17 grams, 32mm overall, 23.43mm internal diameter (approximate size British Z+3 1/2, USA 14 1/4, Europe 33.42, Japan 32) (1 1/4"). Ex Lord Alistair MacAlpine collection; formerly from an important collection formed by a Mayfair gentleman. Very fine condition. Estimate: £3000 - 4000

Antique Victorian Gold Bangle Bracelet, Circa 1880 | From a unique collection of vintage bangles at https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/bracelets/bangles/

Antique Victorian Gold Bangle Bracelet, Circa 1880

Antique Victorian Gold Bangle Bracelet, Circa 1880 | From a unique collection of vintage bangles at https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/bracelets/bangles/

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