Anglo-Saxon gold ring, c. - lozenge-shaped bezel set with garnet gem in near-perfect condition
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 engraved broad flat hoop divided horizontally by milled band, inscription on exterior, inscribed interior depicts woman and squirrel among flowers and foliage; circular bezel containing sapphire bead.
Roman gold ring 400 A.funny it looks similar to the one I had made for Philippa!
The ring's center is extremely well made, consisting of fine quality gold wire with green and white enamel. The actual band of the ring is not of the same quality, indicating that it was perhaps made by two different
Ring with Circular Clear Stone Period: Central Javanese period Date: Second half of the half of the century Culture: Indonesia (Java) Medium: Gold with clear stone
The ring belonged to Leontios of the province of Opsikion. Patrikios and komes were Roman titles that shifted in meaning during the Byzantine period; it seems likely that Leontios was the governor of the province or a high-ranking general.
Pair of Spiral-Form Earrings. Greece, possibly Attica, late or early century B. Symbol of the sun, Greek key at edge is the meander The four triangular sections are fertility. The S radiating out from the sun represent eternity.
Byzantine gold signet ring with cruciform monogram
Royal finger rings from anglo-saxon England belonging to King Ethelwulf and his daughter Queen Ethelswith A. Anéis reais de Inglaterra anglo-saxã pertencentes ao rei Ethelwulf e sua filha Rainha Ethelswith AD
Culture: Celtic Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: 1 x in., x cm, Classification: Metalwork-Gold
centuriespast: “ Æthelwulf Ring Found/Acquired Laverstock, Found in a cart rut. Late Anglo-Saxon The British Museum ”