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Hercules Intaglio ring. Gold ring, the oval bezel enclosing a sard intaglio figure of the Farnese Hercules, bearded, leaning with his left arm on his club which rests on a rock covered by the lion’s skin. He stands three quarters to the front, his head in profile. Signed in Greek letters MARXANT (Nathaniel Marchant, 1739-1816), 1780-1784. Formerly Esmerian Collection.

Gold ring, the oval bezel enclosing a sard intaglio figure of the Farnese Hercules. Signed in Greek letters MARXANT (Nathaniel Marchant, Formerly Esmerian Collection.

//Sard Intaglio Gem with Athena and Nike  Greek, Late Hellenistic Period, about 50 B.C.

Gem with Athena Nikephoros - Hellenistic period, about B. Athena is seated to the right on backless throne. Nike on her left hand, shield surmounted by fulmen at her right side.

Cornelian intaglio with griffin ,   5th century BCE.    Haimanova Mohyla tumulus near the village of Balky, Zaporizhia Region.    Excavations 1970.

Cornelian intaglio with griffin scythian - century BCE. Haimanova Mohyla tumulus near the village of Balky, Zaporizhia Region, Ukraine - from 1970 excavations

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RINGSTONE   CIRCA LATE 1ST CENTURY B.C.   The flat oval exquisitely engraved with a maenad riding on a hippocamp

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RINGSTONE CIRCA LATE 1ST CENTURY B.C. The flat oval exquisitely engraved with a maenad riding on a hippocamp

A Greek carnelian intaglio. Hellenistic, circa 3rd-2nd Century B.C.

A Greek carnelian intaglio. Hellenistic, circa Century B. Fragmentary gem engraved with the figure of a dancing faun, an animal skin draped over his left arm, holding a thyrsus in his right hand. 19 mm length of intaglio. I Bonhams

Sard gem, slightly burnt, engraved with a nude young satyr running to the right; he wears a wreath and holds a thyrsos and an amphora. Culture/period Roman Imperial. Date 1stC-3rdC

Sard gem, slightly burnt, engraved with a nude young satyr running to the right; he wears a wreath and holds a thyrsos and an amphora.

Gemme: Nackte Mänade mit Thyrsosstab und Phallos. Griechisch, Hellenistisch 2. Jh. v. Chr. Amethyst, kräftig violett, klar. In moderner Goldfassung als Ring.

gemma-antiqua: “Hellenistic amethyst intaglio depicting a maenad holding a thyrsus in one hand and a phallus in the other, dated to the century BCE. The intaglio is set in a modern gold ring.

Gemme: Schreitender Pan. Römisch, Kaiserzeit 2. - 3. Jh. n. Chr. Karneol, kräftig orangefarben, durchscheinend. In moderner, vergoldeter Ringfassung.

Gemme: Schreitender Pan. Römisch, Kaiserzeit 2. - 3. Jh. n. Chr. Karneol, kräftig orangefarben, durchscheinend. In moderner, vergoldeter Ringfassung.