P-shaped piece of jewelry, decorated with different colored beads and gemstones, Roman-Germanic , 5th century A.D.
The Dorestad brooch, a Carolingian brooch c.800, makde from gold, glass, enamel, almandines and pearls; symbols include two intersecting Christian crosses and trees of life. (Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, loaned from the province of Zuid-Holland)
Gold ring, the beaded hoop terminating at globules at the shoulders, supporting the round flat bezel with beaded border enclosing a cloisonné pattern of three trefoils on a dark blue ground. German, 9-11th centuries A.D.
4th-5th century (Early Medieval). This is an oval openwork fibula set with a carnelian and decorated with a geometric pattern of gold wire. The openwork cells were likely filled with stone insets originally. The gold beading along the edge is characteristic of Hunnish craftsmanship.
Gold ring, the hoop supporting the round bezel engraved with a marriage scene in which Christ unites the man and woman by joining their right hands together. 7th century.
Gold buckle engraved and set with precious stones from Castle Trosino, Italy; Lombard era, 7th century CE. Weissenstein Palace, Pommersfelden, Germany
Gold ring, the oval bezel with indented border encloses a garnet cameo bust of Charles I, (1600-1649) wearing lace collar, facing three quarters towards the front. The arcaded sides of the bezel are filled with black enamel dotted with white spots, and there is a "memento mori" skull and cross bones enamelled on the back. Plain hoop with forked foliate and scrolled shoulders. Ring and cameo, English, after 1649.
Merovingian Bees (Childeric Bees)
Gold ring, the ribbed hoop terminating in beaded shoulders supporting the cruciform bezel set with two emeralds in oblong settings, centred on a third emerald in a round setting flanked above and below by two rubies similarly set Late Roman, 4th century A.D., hoop perhaps later. @Deidra Brocké Wallace
Gold brooch from the Nizhyn Hoard, Ukraine, State Hermitage Museum (A. G. Furas’ev, Epocha merovingov: orly Rima i vorony Votana, Saint Petesbourg