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Gold ring set with garnets and amethysts  Period:    Hellenistic Date:    2nd century B.C. Culture:    Greek

Gold ring set with garnets and amethysts Gold ring set with garnets and amethysts Period: Hellenistic Date: century B. Culture: Greek (replace the garnets. a no brainer.

The 16th century, gold signet ring with a rose to centre.

Lovely rose center - reminds me of a Tudor rose. Would make a sweet pinky ring.

Gold ring with plasma ring stone. Greek.5th century B.C. The Metropolitan Museum  of Art.

Period: Classical Gold ring with plasma ring stone. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Medieval Jewelry: Signet-ring of the Black Prince (1330–1376). Gold (originally enameled) and ruby, late 14th century

Signet-ring of the Black Prince Gold (originally enameled) and ruby, late century. Found in Montpensier (Auvergne, France), 1866

Gold ring with carnelian ring stone, Greek,   Classical period, 5th century BC

Gold ring with carnelian ring stone, Greek, Classical period, century BC One of my favorite stones ~ Tracy S.

Griega Olbian anillo de sello del oro, séptima-quinto siglo BCWith un motivo de langostas; panel de cornalina inserción con dibujo de huecograbado de un pie gallo en una espiga de trigo con un ratón en su pico. El anillo fue utilizado como ...

+Greek Olbian Gold Seal Ring, Century BCWith a locust motif; inset carnelian panel with intaglio motif of a cockerel standing on an ear of wheat with a mouse in its beak. The ring was used as a seal matrix for sealing amphorae of wheat (hence.

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