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Viking or late Anglo-Saxon, ca. 10th to 11th century CE.  Pure gold, a finger ring formed from plaited, continuous twisted rods, thicker at the bezel.  Size:  US ring size 8, weighing 17 grams. <BR><BR> Provenance: Ex-private UK collection.<BR><BR> <i>This item will be shipping from the UK.  If your shipping address is within Europe, please be advised that your purchase may be subject to VAT. </i><br><br> All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600…

Viking or late Anglo-Saxon, ca. 10th to 11th century CE. Pure gold, a finger ring formed from plaited, continuous twisted rods, thicker at the bezel. Size: US ring size 8, weighing 17 grams. <BR><BR> Provenance: Ex-private UK collection.<BR><BR> <i>This item will be shipping from the UK. If your shipping address is within Europe, please be advised that your purchase may be subject to VAT. </i><br><br> All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600…

This a substantial Scandinavian Viking solid gold finger ring, dating to the 9th - 10th century A.D. This type of finger ring is a classic of the Viking age, with an ornately knotted bezel. The bezel is formed as a reef knot, which has been in use for over four thousand years as a symbol of marriage. The ring is made from a single rod, hammered and drawn thinner towards the terminals, which are then tied and neatly wrapped on the shoulders. The ring is robust and heavy, designed for everyday

This a substantial Scandinavian Viking solid gold finger ring, dating to the

Viking Gold Scutiform Ring - 9th-11th century AD. A substantial gold finger ring with lozengiform bezel developing from the hoop, formed from a single cast bar; the narrow ends of the bar twisted over each other; the hoop decorated with sub-triangular and pellet-in-triangle punchmarks; the bezel formed with a central boss surrounded by subtriangular and chevron punchmarks. - See more at: http://realmsofgoldthenovel.blogspot.com/2014/03/viking-gold-finger-rings.html#sthash.oineUPI8.dpuf

A substantial gold finger ring with lozengiform bezel developing from the hoop, formed from a single cast bar; the narrow ends of the bar twisted over each other; the hoop decorated with sub-triangular and

Finger Ring, 1300s. I'm not normally big on jewelry, but the shape of the band and the little rondels appeal to me.

Finger Ring Date: century Culture: English Medium: Gold and sapphire Dimensions: Overall: 1 x x in. x x cm) Classification: Metalwork-Gold Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 1994 Accession Number: This artwork

VIKING OR SAXON, 9TH-11TH CENTURY  FINGER RING WITH TWO INTERTWINING PLAITED BANDS

(Viking, UK) Viking or Saxon Finger Gold Ring with two interwining Plaited Bands. ca century CE.

Viking Gold Cross-Stamped Finger Ring- 9th-11th century AD. A penannular flat-section finger ring with coiled ends, three bands of cross punchmarks to the hoop, in vertical and diagonal alignment. - See more at: http://realmsofgoldthenovel.blogspot.com/2014/03/viking-gold-finger-rings.html#sthash.oineUPI8.dpuf

Viking Gold Cross-Stamped Finger Ring- 9th-11th century AD. A penannular flat-section finger ring with coiled ends, three bands of cross punchmarks to the hoop, in vertical and diagonal alignment. - See more at: http://realmsofgoldthenovel.blogspot.com/2014/03/viking-gold-finger-rings.html#sthash.oineUPI8.dpuf

Viking Gold Ring with Triangular Stamps 9th-11th century AD. A flat-section hoop ornamented with two bands of punched decoration, each a triangle with a pellet to each angle

Lot: Viking Gold Ring with Triangular Stamps, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: TimeLine Auctions Ltd., Auction: TimeLine Auctions Antiquities & Collectables, Date: May 2014 EDT

ANGLO-VIKING GOLD RING, 10TH CENTURY

Anglo-Viking Gold Ring, 10th century

Gold ring found in Worcestershire County, England. Prototype for Odin's ring, Draupnir

Extremely Rare Viking 'Odin and Ravens' Firesteel Copper-alloy, 25.42 grams, 58.60 mm. Circa 9th-10th century AD. A cast copper-alloy firesteel with iron striking surface below, bifacial with identical design to each face.  Reference: published in Hammond, B. British Artefacts vol.2 - Middle Saxon & Viking, Witham, 2010 item 1.16-f.

Extremely Rare Viking 'Odin and Ravens' Firesteel Copper-alloy, grams…

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