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Fingerring, Gold, High medieval, probably 12th century. Kaspar, Melchior, Baltasar engraved. Found in Dalsland, Sweden, Historiska Museet, Stockholm.

Fingerring, Gold, High medieval, probably 12th century. Kaspar, Melchior, Baltasar engraved. Found in Dalsland, Sweden, Historiska Museet, Stockholm.

Jewels found in the tomb of a princess in Reinheim, Germany Discovered in 1954      Museum fuer Vor-und Fruehgeschichte, Saarbruecken, Germany

Jewels found in the tomb of a princess in Reinheim, Germany Discovered in 1954 Museum fuer Vor-und Fruehgeschichte, Saarbruecken, Germany

Early Medieval Byzantine Gold Ring. Byzantine Empire, circa 8th - 10th century AD  The gold bezel of the ring is shaped as a quatrefoil - an ancient symbol of good luck, health and fortune.  The original stone didn't survive. The ring was recently set with a cabochon garnet.  The ring comes with a metal analysis report showing 90.73% average gold content (min. reading 89.01%, max. reading 91.60%) with additions of copper 0.329%, silver 8.902%, zinc 0.115%, nickel (-) 0.073%.

Early Medieval Byzantine Gold Ring. Byzantine Empire, circa 8th - 10th century AD The gold bezel of the ring is shaped as a quatrefoil - an ancient symbol of good luck, health and fortune. The original stone didn't survive. The ring was recently set with a cabochon garnet. The ring comes with a metal analysis report showing 90.73% average gold content (min. reading 89.01%, max. reading 91.60%) with additions of copper 0.329%, silver 8.902%, zinc 0.115%, nickel (-) 0.073%.

Pocket watch by Rene Lalique...#bat

Pocket watch by Rene Lalique...#bat

Renée Lalique, Brooch, c. 1900    Gold, émail plique à jour, diamonds. 6, 25 cm in hight.

Renée Lalique, Brooch, c. 1900 Gold, émail plique à jour, diamonds. 6, 25 cm in hight.

A plique-à-jour enamel and glass brooch, designed by Ivor Gordon. The central rectangular foiled eau-de-nil glass plaque by Lalique 1910, encased in a contemporary mount w/diamond terminals, issuing pale blue/green plique-à-jour enamel blooms to either side, w/brilliant-cut diamond highlights & entwined guilloche enamel stems, the central rectangular plaque signed Lalique, length 7.3cm

A plique-à-jour enamel and glass brooch, designed by Ivor Gordon. The central rectangular foiled eau-de-nil glass plaque by Lalique 1910, encased in a contemporary mount w/diamond terminals, issuing pale blue/green plique-à-jour enamel blooms to either side, w/brilliant-cut diamond highlights & entwined guilloche enamel stems, the central rectangular plaque signed Lalique, length 7.3cm

An Early Medieval Gold Ring  Byzantine Empire, circa 8th - 10th century AD

An Early Medieval Gold Ring Byzantine Empire, circa 8th - 10th century AD

Ring Celtic (France), 4th Century BC : The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ring Celtic (France), 4th Century BC : The Metropolitan Museum of Art