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Gold ring with jasper gem, byzantine, 5/6 Century. AD

Gold ring with jasper gem, byzantine, 5/6 Century. AD

5th-8th century AD . A fabricated hollow gold pendant formed from four piriform elements each with a cabochon garnet to the centre and gold loops surrounding; a fifth garnet to the centre, granules to the outer edges and filigree border behind. 3.91 grams, 35 mm (1 1/4"). Silk collection, London, UK; formed in the 1950s.

5th-8th century AD . A fabricated hollow gold pendant formed from four piriform elements each with a cabochon garnet to the centre and gold loops surrounding; a fifth garnet to the centre, granules to the outer edges and filigree border behind. 3.91 grams, 35 mm (1 1/4"). Silk collection, London, UK; formed in the 1950s.

A Byzantine gold ring with a red stone, ca. 5th-6th century A.D. (HH)

A Byzantine gold ring with a red stone, ca. 5th-6th century A.D. (HH)

Late Roman, Gold with Garnet Beads

Late Roman, Gold with Garnet Beads

Aedile ring: Gold, almandine, amethyst byzantine. 6th century A.D.

Aedile ring: Gold, almandine, amethyst byzantine. 6th century A.D.

3rd Century Roman Gold Ring With Glass Cabochon.......

3rd Century Roman Gold Ring With Glass Cabochon.......

Byzantine Gold Ring with Garnets and Pearls, 14th Century

Byzantine Gold Ring with Garnets and Pearls, 14th Century

Gothic Gemstone Ring; Western Europe  13th-14th centuries. Simple bezel with flat prints to hold stone in place. Wire wrapped rope edging.

Gothic Gemstone Ring

Gothic Gemstone Ring; Western Europe 13th-14th centuries. Simple bezel with flat prints to hold stone in place. Wire wrapped rope edging.

Byzantine Gold Spiral Openwork Ring, 7th century.

Byzantine Gold Spiral Openwork Ring, 7th century.

This Byzantine gold marriage ring features an engraving of the couple. From the Griffin Collection. Photograph by Richard Goodbody, courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

This Byzantine gold marriage ring features an engraving of the couple. From the Griffin Collection. Photograph by Richard Goodbody, courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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