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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

A group of Early Medieval gold objects from West Yorkshire (Report: No. 182). Date: c.600-c1100 (burial poss?)

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.

LATE ANTIQUE GEMSTONE RING Eastern Empire, Cyprus?, 2nd century Gold and garnet beads

Roman, 4th century AD

Roman Gold Menorah Ring, "VERY RARE FIND" 1century A.D. This is a good one for you pinners !

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

Gold Collar From Nuri, Pyramid of Talakhamani Kushite (Napatan). c.500 BC 14 blossoms, manufactured by hammering gold sheet over a form. A horizontal loop adorns the back of each flower enabling them to be linked toge. The interior of each petal is concave. Several of the elements originally belonging to this collar are now in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. These objects, once 28 of them, were found in the floor debris of the first chamber in Talakhamani's tomb.

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.)