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90 inches of snakelike bronze – Viking Metal Artifacts

90 inches of snakelike bronze – Viking Metal Artifacts

Signet ring 14th/15th century Gold signet ring, the octagonal bezel engraved with a crest of a Venetian nobleman bearing a rose of five petals surmounted by a helmet with a lambrequin and crested with a demi-eagle displayed, the shoulders nielloed with dragons 19.15 mm internal ring diameter; 8.62 g weight

Signet ring 14th/15th century Gold signet ring, the octagonal bezel engraved with a crest of a Venetian nobleman bearing a rose of five petals surmounted by a helmet with a lambrequin and crested with a demi-eagle displayed, the shoulders nielloed with dragons 19.15 mm internal ring diameter; 8.62 g weight

Signet ring Italy 14th century Silver signet ring, circular bezel with a shield of arms between the letters M and A, a circular hoop with inscriptions RESPICE.FINEM.SAPIENS.ESTO and SI DEUS. PRO NO/BIS.QUIS.CON [TRA NOS] (If God is for us, who shall be against us? Study your end: be wise) (engraved in Lombardic letters) 19.96 mm internal ring diameter; 12.44 g weight

Signet ring Italy 14th century Silver signet ring, circular bezel with a shield of arms between the letters M and A, a circular hoop with inscriptions RESPICE.FINEM.SAPIENS.ESTO and SI DEUS. PRO NO/BIS.QUIS.CON [TRA NOS] (If God is for us, who shall be against us? Study your end: be wise) (engraved in Lombardic letters) 19.96 mm internal ring diameter; 12.44 g weight

Brooch Brooch from a hoard of Late Saxon jewellery. Found on Cheapside near Bow Church during the excavation of a sewer in 1838, this hoard seems to be the stock of a local Saxon jeweller. In it are different types of pewter brooches, rings and beads, mostly unfinished. Some brooches are set with glass beads to imitate gems. They seem to have been cast with the beads in place in the mould, as some still have a skin of metal over them.  Production Date: Saxo-Norman; 11th century

Brooch Brooch from a hoard of Late Saxon jewellery. Found on Cheapside near Bow Church during the excavation of a sewer in 1838, this hoard seems to be the stock of a local Saxon jeweller. In it are different types of pewter brooches, rings and beads, mostly unfinished. Some brooches are set with glass beads to imitate gems. They seem to have been cast with the beads in place in the mould, as some still have a skin of metal over them. Production Date: Saxo-Norman; 11th century

Signet ring 14th century Gold signet ring, the bezel set with green plasma (a type of chalcedony) incised with the figure of Ceres, the hoop with rosette below and shoulders with niello scrollwork; inscribed in two strips: VERBUM CARO FACTUM EST ET, which is from the Vulgate, John I v14 'And the word was made flesh and dwelt upon us' 17.53 mm internal ring diameter; 4.34g weight

Signet ring 14th century Gold signet ring, the bezel set with green plasma (a type of chalcedony) incised with the figure of Ceres, the hoop with rosette below and shoulders with niello scrollwork; inscribed in two strips: VERBUM CARO FACTUM EST ET, which is from the Vulgate, John I v14 'And the word was made flesh and dwelt upon us' 17.53 mm internal ring diameter; 4.34g weight

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Nederlandse vondst. De spiraalvormige trouwring uit circa 1550 geeft enkele aanwijzingen over de eigenaar. Tussen bladmotiefversieringen zijn aan de buitenzijde de namen Coernelis Pieterszoon en Maricken Dierxdochter gegraveerd. De ring vertoont veel slijtagesporen en moet dus veel en intensief zijn gedragen. Door Maricken, want in de 16de eeuw droegen alleen vrouwen een trouwring, die meestal om de middelvinger was geschoven.

Nederlandse vondst. De spiraalvormige trouwring uit circa 1550 geeft enkele aanwijzingen over de eigenaar. Tussen bladmotiefversieringen zijn aan de buitenzijde de namen Coernelis Pieterszoon en Maricken Dierxdochter gegraveerd. De ring vertoont veel slijtagesporen en moet dus veel en intensief zijn gedragen. Door Maricken, want in de 16de eeuw droegen alleen vrouwen een trouwring, die meestal om de middelvinger was geschoven.

Anglo Saxon wire wrap finger rings | Late Anglo-Saxon period. The ring is of a type that is associated with ...

Anglo Saxon wire wrap finger rings | Late Anglo-Saxon period. The ring is of a type that is associated with ...

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