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ring, gold with garnet and mother-of-pearl cloisonné, Merovingian (Frankish)…

ring, gold with garnet and mother-of-pearl cloisonné, Merovingian (Frankish)…

A MEROVINGIAN GLASS AND GARNET GOLD FINGER RING   circa 5th-6th century a.d.   The hoop round in section, with collared shoulders joined to the diamond-shaped bezel, which is divided into quadrants and set with alternating squares of blue and green glass, the corners of the bezel terminating in roundels set with cabochon garnets

A MEROVINGIAN GLASS AND GARNET GOLD FINGER RING circa 5th-6th century a.d. The hoop round in section, with collared shoulders joined to the diamond-shaped bezel, which is divided into quadrants and set with alternating squares of blue and green glass, the corners of the bezel terminating in roundels set with cabochon garnets

Gold filigree and beaded ring, the broad hoop supporting the square bezel set with an amethyst cameo bust of the Virgin Mary, veiled, hands raised in prayer, inscribed in Greek letters MR OY. (Mary Mother of God), facing front. The back is incised with a cross and the Greek letters IC XC (Jesus Christ) to each side of the upright. C. 1100.

Gold filigree and beaded ring, the broad hoop supporting the square bezel set with an amethyst cameo bust of the Virgin Mary, veiled, hands raised in prayer, inscribed in Greek letters MR OY. (Mary Mother of God), facing front. The back is incised with a cross and the Greek letters IC XC (Jesus Christ) to each side of the upright. C. 1100.

c.600 - 800 A.D British Found Anglo Saxon Period Au Solid Gold & Red Garnet Ring Solid 22ct ( approx ) gold composition; Spherical blood red / pink colour garnet gem stone (3.0 mm dia); 18.5 mm internal ring dia; 22.0 mm bezel dia; 8.89 grams. Saxby's Coins; eBay item number: 141340738597

c.600 - 800 A.D British Found Anglo Saxon Period Au Solid Gold & Red Garnet Ring Solid 22ct ( approx ) gold composition; Spherical blood red / pink colour garnet gem stone (3.0 mm dia); 18.5 mm internal ring dia; 22.0 mm bezel dia; 8.89 grams. Saxby's Coins; eBay item number: 141340738597

Gold ring, Late Roman, 4th century A.D., hoop perhaps later.

Gold ring, Late Roman, 4th century A.D., hoop perhaps later.

5th century, late Roman. Gold signet-ring composed of a square bezel with angled sides and a hoop  constructed of seven small medallions between each of which are two small  granules. On the bezel a confronted male and female bust, above them, a cross; the medallions are decorated with alternate male and female busts. in the field to left and right of each bust, a vegetal motif; traces of niello in each medallion.

5th century, late Roman. Gold signet-ring composed of a square bezel with angled sides and a hoop constructed of seven small medallions between each of which are two small granules. On the bezel a confronted male and female bust, above them, a cross; the medallions are decorated with alternate male and female busts. in the field to left and right of each bust, a vegetal motif; traces of niello in each medallion.

Gold ring, the hoop terminating at shoulders supporting the triple "pie-dish" bezel set with a sapphire between two garnets, all "encabochon". 13th /14th centuries.

Gold ring, the hoop terminating at shoulders supporting the triple "pie-dish" bezel set with a sapphire between two garnets, all "encabochon". 13th /14th centuries.

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Byzantine Cross. 7th century - early 6th century AD

Byzantine Cross. 7th century - early 6th century AD

BYZANTINE, 5TH-7TH CENTURY PENDANT CROSS gold, gem-set, probably a garnet

BYZANTINE, 5TH-7TH CENTURY PENDANT CROSS gold, gem-set, probably a garnet

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