Spiral ring, fra fund ved Fåborg på Fyn. Sølv.: 190 er i str. 54, 56, 58, 60. Viser smedens færdigheder. Spiraler symboliserer forandring og vækst og bæres for frugtbarhed, livskraft og fornyelse. Højredrejning = energiopladning, venstredrejning = energiafladning. Ringe, oprindeligt ofte armringe, blev brugt som pynt og som betalingsmiddel.
This Viking neck ring is made from three twisted silver wires and is fastened by an unusual conical knob and loop clasp. It was both jewelry and money to its owner. This neck ring was found buried with a plain arm ring in Fenit, County Kerry, Ireland.
Gold Anglo-Saxon Finger Ring, late Anglo-Saxon period The ring is made up of three twisted gold rods which are rectangular in section, the ends of which are tapered and hammered together. The ring is of a type that is associated with the Vikings