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Octahedral Diamond Ring, second half 3rd–early 4th century, Roman. Gold, diamond. Height including diamond 30.73 mm.; hoop outer diam. 25 mm.; bezel 6.32 x 8.55 mm.; weight 9.2 grams; US size 5.75; UK size L. Griffin Collection. © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Octahedral Diamond Ring, second half 3rd–early 4th century, Roman. Gold, diamond. Height including diamond 30.73 mm.; hoop outer diam. 25 mm.; bezel 6.32 x 8.55 mm.; weight 9.2 grams; US size 5.75; UK size L. Griffin Collection. © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Diamond ring late 16th century, Hungary (presumably), gold, diamond, enamel, diameter: 2.3 cm

Diamond ring late 16th century, Hungary (presumably), gold, diamond, enamel, diameter: 2.3 cm

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.

This Sri Lankan sapphire is believed to be inscribed in the 10th century in Egypt with a personalised name in Kufic, early Arabic and mounted 400 years later in Italy with the Italian inscription on the band"For love you were made and for love I wear you". Sri Lanka was historically a stop along the Silk Road for gems and spices - this stone journeyed from the mines here through the Middle East to Europe -  a well travelled stone over many years! Recently sold as part of a collection of…

This Sri Lankan sapphire is believed to be inscribed in the 10th century in Egypt with a personalised name in Kufic, early Arabic and mounted 400 years later in Italy with the Italian inscription on the band"For love you were made and for love I wear you". Sri Lanka was historically a stop along the Silk Road for gems and spices - this stone journeyed from the mines here through the Middle East to Europe - a well travelled stone over many years! Recently sold as part of a collection of…

Roman, 4th century AD

Roman, 4th century AD

Gold nose ornament 5.1cm high, 11.1cm wide and 0.3cm thick (2 x 4 3/8 x 1/8 inch.) The spider is associated, in peruvian culture, with sacrifice and later with rainfall and fertility Salinar culture,...

Gold nose ornament 5.1cm high, 11.1cm wide and 0.3cm thick (2 x 4 3/8 x 1/8 inch.) The spider is associated, in peruvian culture, with sacrifice and later with rainfall and fertility Salinar culture,...

"Shyugiku" (Autumn Chrysanthemum) by 15th generation,Kichizaemon Raku, 2000

"Shyugiku" (Autumn Chrysanthemum) by 15th generation,Kichizaemon Raku, 2000

Bracelet. Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age. Date: Sakae Culture. 4th century BC. Place of finding: Siberian collection of Peter I. Archaeological site: Russia, Siberia. Material: gold. Technique: cast and chased.

Bracelet. Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age. Date: Sakae Culture. 4th century BC. Place of finding: Siberian collection of Peter I. Archaeological site: Russia, Siberia. Material: gold. Technique: cast and chased.

Momoyama period late 16th century, Katami, Oribe ware (green copper glaze and bold painted design. It was the first use of colored stoneware glaze by Japanese potters.)

Momoyama period late 16th century, Katami, Oribe ware (green copper glaze and bold painted design. It was the first use of colored stoneware glaze by Japanese potters.)

Finger ring, made of gold and diamond, 15thC in England The ring is engraved; one shoulder depicts Virgin and Child, other depicts St Thomas à Becket before altar with sword piercing head; trefoil bezel containing diamond.

Finger ring, made of gold and diamond, 15thC in England The ring is engraved; one shoulder depicts Virgin and Child, other depicts St Thomas à Becket before altar with sword piercing head; trefoil bezel containing diamond.

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