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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

Ring Brooch Date: 1250–1300 Culture: British or French Medium: Gold, sapphire, garnet Dimensions: Overall: 15/16 × 3/16 in. (2.4 × 0.4 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Gold Credit Line: Gift of Tobias Meyer and Mark Fletcher, 2013

Ring Brooch Date: 1250–1300 Culture: British or French Medium: Gold, sapphire, garnet Dimensions: Overall: 15/16 × 3/16 in. (2.4 × 0.4 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Gold Credit Line: Gift of Tobias Meyer and Mark Fletcher, 2013

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.

MEROVINGIAN, 8TH CENTURY GEMSTONE RING SET WITH AN INTAGLIO WITH A GRAZING HORSE gold, set with a carnelian

MEROVINGIAN, 8TH CENTURY GEMSTONE RING SET WITH AN INTAGLIO WITH A GRAZING HORSE gold, set with a carnelian

16th Century

16th Century

The gold fibula, presumably from Čentur near Koper, represents an exceptional find, not only due to its precious material, but also due to the inscriptions on the bow, celebrating Emperor Maxentius and his son Romulus. A replica of this fibula is on display at the Koper Regional Museum, whereas the original is kept at the museum Archäologische Staatssammlung München in Bavaria. Together with the previously discovered coin treasures from the same site, it bears witness to the military…

The gold fibula, presumably from Čentur near Koper, represents an exceptional find, not only due to its precious material, but also due to the inscriptions on the bow, celebrating Emperor Maxentius and his son Romulus. A replica of this fibula is on display at the Koper Regional Museum, whereas the original is kept at the museum Archäologische Staatssammlung München in Bavaria. Together with the previously discovered coin treasures from the same site, it bears witness to the military…

Modern swivel gold ring, set with an Egyptian Steatite crocodile amulet (ca. late period to Roman period ~ ca 6th century BC to 2nd century AD) | Designer unknown, private collection | 5,250$ ~ Sold (Dec 2008)

Modern swivel gold ring, set with an Egyptian Steatite crocodile amulet (ca. late period to Roman period ~ ca 6th century BC to 2nd century AD) | Designer unknown, private collection | 5,250$ ~ Sold (Dec 2008)

ROMAN GOLD FINGER RING WITH BEZEL-SET RED GLASS ROUNDEL  						  						Within a Herakles knot enhanced with gold beading in cruciform.  						  						4th-5th Century AD

ROMAN GOLD FINGER RING WITH BEZEL-SET RED GLASS ROUNDEL Within a Herakles knot enhanced with gold beading in cruciform. 4th-5th Century AD

Ring, Eastern Europe, 6th - 7th C. Gold and paste 14,5 m

Ring, Eastern Europe, 6th - 7th C. Gold and paste 14,5 m

Finger ring with inserted stones. Roman, 200-400  Gold, emerald, diamond.

Finger ring with inserted stones. Roman, 200-400 Gold, emerald, diamond.

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