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
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
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
An Early Medieval Gold Ring Byzantine Empire, circa 8th - 10th century AD
Ring Celtic (France), 4th Century BC : The Metropolitan Museum of Art