Roman Gold Ring, comprising of a band crafted with twisted gold strands representing a torque supporting a deep circular bezel decorated with fine filigree, set with a beautifully carved carnelian intaglio, dating to the 2nd/3rd Century AD
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EGYPTIAN GOLD SERPENT RING WITH GARNETS - Roman Period, 30 BC-323 AD. | A hoop of round-section gold wire with double-coiled neck and lozengiform head, similar tail; three cells with beaded wire borders, each with an inset garnet cabochon.
Four Pairs of Roman Gold Earrings, circa 1st-3rd Century A.D. One pair each with a plain hoop joined to a pelta-shaped shield, with a pendant in the form of a pinecone; another similar pair each with a flanged, drop-shaped pendant; one pair each with a plain hoop joined to a hollow hemisphere, with a voluted pendant, now threaded with a carnelian bead; and another similar but larger pair, each with a pendant, now threaded with green glass beads
A PAIR OF GRAECO-ROMAN GOLD AND GARNET EARRINGS CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-3RD CENTURY A.D. Each composed of large hoop with a goat head terminal, with long twisted wire horns, a disc suspended below centred by a cabochon garnet surrounded by bands of twisted, plaited and plain wire, a pendant bird below, its wings, tail feathers, feet and eyes all with twisted wire decoration