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Gold ring with gem, Roman, 2nd Century. AD Round cabochon of red jasper with sectional representation of the seated Fortuna, in the hands of cornucopia and ears of wheat.

Gold ring with gem, Roman, Century. AD Round cabochon of red jasper with sectional representation of the seated Fortuna, in the hands of cornucopia and ears of wheat.

Late seventeenth century gold ring with emerald and rubies. Italian ca 1690.

Late seventeenth century gold ring with emerald and rubies. Probably Italian ca 1690 Measurements of x mm Ring size :"N" = US 7

ROMAN GOLD FINGER RING SET WITH A RELIEF OF A WEDDED COUPLE         2nd-3rd Century AD

Roman gold finger ring set with a relief of a wedded couple standing with hands joined in dextrarum iunctio, bezel set in an elaborate mounting of swirling ropes and beading.

Ring with intaglio portrait of Emperor Tiberius, 14–37 A.D.; Early Imperial  Roman  Gold, carnelian

Ring with intaglio portrait of Emperor Tiberius, a. Rings bearing ancestral portraits were widely used in the Republic as personal seals, as both a means of identification and a guarantee against forgery.

A ROMAN GOLD AND GARNET FINGER RING  ROMAN REPUBLIC, CIRCA 2ND CENTURY B.C.  The hollow hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding at the shoulders, the bezel set with a convex oval stone engraved with a nude satyr, his musculature well defined, his head thrown back, an animal skin draped over his bent right arm, holding a pedum in his right hand and a hare by the hind leg in his left

A ROMAN GOLD AND GARNET FINGER RING ROMAN REPUBLIC, CIRCA 2ND CENTURY B.C. The hollow hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding at the shoulders, the bezel set with a convex oval stone engraved with a nude satyr, his musculature well defined, his head thrown back, an animal skin draped over his bent right arm, holding a pedum in his right hand and a hare by the hind leg in his left

A Roman gold and garnet ring with a knot of Heraclex~ circa 2nd-3rd century AD.

A roman gold and garnet finger ring

A Roman gold and garnet ring with a knot of Heraclex, circa century AD.

The reverse lettering on this gold signet ring from the third century CE says CORINTHIA VIVAT, “may Corinthia live” or “long live Corinthia.”

The reverse lettering on this gold signet ring from the third century CE says CORINTHIA VIVAT, “may Corinthia live” or “long live Corinthia.

ROMAN GOLD JEWELRY ORNAMENT Empire Period , 27-400 BCE.

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My birthstone. What I would give just to see this piece.... FOUR SMALL ROMAN GOLD RINGS CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-2ND CENTURY A.D. One with plain hoop widening to an oval bezel with applied phallus; another with bezel with incised figure of a mouse, both circa 2nd Century A.D.; another with high banded bezel with pale green glass inlay; and another with flat hoop, oval bezel with later cabochon garnet, both circa 1st Century B.C.- 1st Century A.D. 5/8 in. (1.5 cm.) wide max.

My birthstone. What I would give just to see this piece.... FOUR SMALL ROMAN GOLD RINGS CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-2ND CENTURY A.D. One with plain hoop widening to an oval bezel with applied phallus; another with bezel with incised figure of a mouse, both circa 2nd Century A.D.; another with high banded bezel with pale green glass inlay; and another with flat hoop, oval bezel with later cabochon garnet, both circa 1st Century B.C.- 1st Century A.D. 5/8 in. (1.5 cm.) wide max.

Ring (Getty Museum); gold and agate. Roman, circa 375-400 AD

Mother of pearl, agate, gold. These simple, elegant rings could be worn today but were made two millennia ago, in the Roman Empire circa Currently on view at the Getty Villa.

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