Æthelwulf ring: Wiltshire, AD 828-58: Triangular bezel depicting stylized plant motif between two birds. The hoop decorated with a quatrefoil and interlaced knot design. Æthelswith ring: West Yorkshire: Circular bezel with a beaded frame and contains a cruciform filled with leaf motifs. Within a central circle is a charming four-legged animal with a halo and the letters A and D which stand for 'Agnus Dei' (Lamb of God). The ornament on both rings is inlaid with niello to make it stand out.
Glass beaker (originally clear glass); "insect" pendant found at Horncastle, with inlay dating from 5th c. and turned into a pendant in the 7th c.; and gilded copper alloy wrist clasps found at a Saxon grave at Ruskington