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Genuine Ancient Roman Gold Ring with Natural Sapphire Bezel Circa 1st Century AD, Weighing 8.6 Grams, Ring Size: 7 US,in Very Fine Condition and Shape ... moreas Clearly shown in the pictures.
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Roman Empire. Photos are not further processed by specialized software! Upon purchasing my item. Date dissolved: May 29, 1453. First emperor: Augustus.
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First emperor: Augustus. Roman Empire. Photos are not further processed by specialized software! Upon purchasing my item. Date dissolved: May 29, 1453.
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KIND OF UNIQUE RING FROM OLD HISTORICAL PERIOD.
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Ancient Roman Finger Ring. Bronze - 3.8 g.
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Roman Empire (264 BC to 476 AD). Holy Roman Empire (1254-1835). IN THE STYLE OF/STYLE - A MODERN PIECE WITH AN ANCIENT STYLE. ANCIENT - A VERY OLD ITEM. ... moreAncient Chinese Empires: Shang (1751-1111 BC), Chou (1000-800 BC), etc.
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Authentic Ancient Roman Gold Ring with Garnet Bezel Circa 1st - 2nd century AD, Weighing 2.6 Grams, Gold Purity: 20+ Karat, Ring Size: 3 / 3.5 US, with ... moreBeautiful Genuine Garnet bezel, in good Condition and Shape.
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1st century AD.
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TRANSLATE Arabic Chinese French German Greek Indonesian Italian Hindi Japanese Korean Swedish Portuguese Russian Spanish”Finger Rings from Ancient to ... moreModern” by Diana Scarisbrick and Martin Henig. NOTE: We have 75.000 books in our library, almost 10,000 different titles. Odds are we have other copies of this same title in varying conditions, some less expensive, some better condition. We might also have different editions as well(some paperback, some hardcover, oftentimes international editions) If you don’t see what you want, please contact us and ask. We’re happy to send you a summary of the differing conditions and prices we may have for the same title. DESCRIPTION: Hardcover. Publisher: Ashmolean Museum(2006) Pages: 80. In this overview are over 150 signet rings. Magic rings, rings commemorating love/marriage, etc. The Ashmolean Museum is the oldest museum in Britain, housing Oxford University's unrivalled collection of antiquities. The book divides into two sections Part One, Rings in the Ancient Mediterranean World' which illustrates the earliest rings from the Hittite empire, Ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, Crete and Cyprus, dating from the 2nd millennium BC to the 3rd and 4th century AD. Part Two, The Middle Ages to Modern Times' includes medieval, Renaissance and 17th century signet rings; magical rings, love and marriage, memorial and'Giardinetti' or decorative rings from the 18th century. CONDITION: NEW. New hardcover w/pictorial boards. Ashmolean Museum(2006) 80 pages. Pristine and unblemished in every respect. Pages are clean. Crisp, unmarked, unmutilated, tightly bound, unambiguously unread. Satisfaction unconditionally guaranteed. In stock, ready to ship. No disappointments, no excuses. PROMPT SHIPPING! HEAVILY PADDED, DAMAGE-FREE PACKAGING! 7612a. PLEASE SEE DESCRIPTIONS AND IMAGES BELOW FOR DETAILED REVIEWS AND FOR PAGES OF PICTURES FROM INSIDE OF BOOK. PLEASE SEE PUBLISHER. PROFESSIONAL, AND READER REVIEWS BELOW. PUBLISHER REVIEWS: REVIEW: The Ashmolean Museum is the oldest muse
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A perfect choice for Historians, Military Veterans, Collectors. These gemstones were cut by using abrasive powder from harder materials. It largely consists ... moreof the mineral corundum, mixed with other minerals such as spinel and also rutile.
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Roman Bronze Dice. The cube with incised dotted rings on each facet numbering 1 to 6; 11 mm, 3.39 grams. 1st - 3rd C. AD. Fine condition.
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Beautiful handcrafted Greco-Roman style solid silver ring with engraved animalistic depiction. ROMAN STYLE BRONZE RING WITH RED JASPER STONE 33GR C 1ST-2ND ... moreCENTURY AD HANDMADE. GALBA AR QUINARIUS ROMAN EMPIRE 68 AD SILVER COIN NOVELTY STRIKE.
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Late Roman Ring OMONOIA.
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These gemstones were cut by using abrasive powder from harder materials. It largely consists of the mineral corundum, mixed with other minerals such as ... morespinel and also rutile. A revival of the art of gem engraving began in 15th century Italy, where so many gems were being unearthed from Roman sites.
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As the only type of jewelry worn continuously through the ages, finger rings have held many ceremonial facets and functions throughout history. They include ... morea significant grouping of precious diamond-set rings.
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Genuine Ancient Roman Gold Ring with Garnet Inlay Bezel Ca. 1st - 2nd Century AD, Weighing 2.3 Grams, Gold Purity: 18+ Karat, Ring Size: 5 US, with Beautiful ... moreGenuine Garnet bezel, in Excellent Condition and Shape.
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Replica Greco-Roman style terracotta unglazed fired clay plaque tablet depicting Alexander III The Great. Handcrafted by a master artisan in Plovdiv, ... moreBulgaria. Ancient feel and amazing detail ! SEVERUS ALEXANDER Æ SESTERTIUS ROMAN EMPIRE 231-235AD BRONZE COIN NOVELTY STRIKE.
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15en C. AD.
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A perfect choice for Historians, Military Veterans, Collectors. These gemstones were cut by using abrasive powder from harder materials. It largely consists ... moreof the mineral corundum, mixed with other minerals such as spinel and also rutile.
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Ottoman Empire Silver Ring. Property of a London collector; acquired on the London market, the 2000s.
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SMALL FINE SILVER RING ENGRAVED WITH ANCIENT THRACIAN MOTIFS HANDCRAFTED. Beautiful Handcrafted Roman Style Silver Ring with engraved Thracian symbols. ... moreIn around 6000 BC Thrace was settled by an agricultural population.
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The subject of two clasped hands symbolising the fides (loyalty, trust) was very popular on the Roman rings and gems. Roman Clasped Hands Gold Ring.
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And the selection of Demotic literary texts, all dating from the Greco-Roman period, presents ancient Egyptian imaginative and reflective thought in its ... morefinal phase. Contents/Major Chapter Headings include: Introduction: Literary Genres and Literary Styles.
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A substantial silver ring with flat-section hoop, large discoid bezel with inlaid gold cross. Very fine condition.
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US ring size - 9.
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Avar Goldsmiths' Work from the Perspective of Cultural History (Csanad Balint). The conference, organized under the auspices of the British Museum Byzantine ... moreSeminar, was the fifth in an annual series going back to 2003.
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Roman Votive Legionary Ring. Fine condition.
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Beautiful bust statuette of Roman Emperor Lucius Verus. Lucius Verus was the co-emperor of Marcus Aurelius, and married his daughter Lucilla. Although ... moreheld in high esteem by Marcus, he had a reputation for loose living and few mourned his death in 169 A.D.
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The ram was one of the most popular choices of sacrificial victim in the Roman world. Rams’ heads are usually found on drinking vessels (rhytons), bronze ... morefurniture, funerary altars made from marble, and architectural decoration.
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Contents/Major Chapter Headings include: Introduction: Literary Genres and Literary Styles. A Spell from the Coffin Texts: CT 1130 and 1031. In 1982, ... moreshe moved to Israel where she taught at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Handcrafted Roman style solid silver ring with engraved symbols. ROMAN STYLE BRONZE RING WITH RED JASPER STONE 33GR C 1ST-2ND CENTURY AD HANDMADE. GALBA ... moreAR QUINARIUS ROMAN EMPIRE 68 AD SILVER COIN NOVELTY STRIKE.
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Large Roman Silver Legionary Ring.
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Cf. Ruseva-Slokoska, L., Roman Jewellery, Sofia, 1991, item 226, for type. German art market before 2000. Property of a Surrey gentleman. Roman Silver ... moreRing Inscribed with C.UL.R.
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ROMAN STYLE BRONZE RING WITH RED JASPER STONE 33GR C 1ST-2ND CENTURY AD HANDMADE. GALBA AR QUINARIUS ROMAN EMPIRE 68 AD SILVER COIN NOVELTY STRIKE. SEVERUS ... moreALEXANDER Æ SESTERTIUS ROMAN EMPIRE 231-235AD BRONZE COIN NOVELTY STRIKE.
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CHAPTER TWO: MINOANS AND MYCENAEANS. Introduction; Early Greece; Pre-Palatial Greece; Crete: the Early Palaces; Crete: the Late Palaces; Mycenaean Knossos; ... moreMycenaean Greece; the End of the Bronze Age; Seal Use and Production; Aegean Seals and the Outside World.
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GOLD GILDED - GOLD LEAF OR GOLD PLATING. Roman Empire (264 BC to 476 AD). Holy Roman Empire (1254-1835). IN THE STYLE OF/STYLE - A MODERN PIECE WITH AN ... moreANCIENT STYLE. ANCIENT - A VERY OLD ITEM. Ancient Chinese Empires: Shang (1751-1111 BC), Chou (1000-800 BC), etc.
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Fresco is the art of painting on plastered walls. ANCIENT GREEK VASE POTTERY 1.610KG MASTERFUL REPRODUCTION CHARIOT RACE DEPICTION. DIKAIA-BY-ABDERA UNPUBLISHED ... moreAR GREEK DISTATER 515-480 BC SILVER NOVELTY STRIKE.
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Roman Ancient Silver Finger Ring (3830)
fixed H Break easy to see at the picture. Very nice item measures: Ring inside: D.17.44 mm. Ringplate: D: 12 x 12.7 mm. Silver weight: 5.2g. The authenticity of all items offered are guaranteed Die Echtheit aller angebotenen Stücke wird garantiert L'authenticit&233 de tous les articles propos&233s sont garantis Echtheitsgarantie! Bei Mehrfachkauf gerne kombinierter Versand Combined shipping. Sehen Sie sich meine anderen Artikel an! Nehmen Sie mich auf jeden Fall in Ihre Favoriten auf! Check out my other items! Be sure to add me to your favourites list! Eingestellt mit
ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER RING WITH TWO PHALLI - MASTERLY ENGRAVED
Circa 3rd-5th century AD. Masterly engraved ancient Roman silver ring. The bezel depicts two ornate phalli back to back within solar circles. Their tips are missing due to the rough rim of the bezel. Wearable. Size: 9. Inner diameter: 19 mm. TERMS and SHIPPING ● All items are guaranteed to be authentic/original and as described. 30 day return privilege for any reason less shipping fees ● Domestic shipping and handling via 1st class mail is $4.00. Combined shipping: $1.00 more for each additional auction added to the shipment ● International shipping and handling via 1st class mail is $8.00. Combined shipping: $2.00 more for each additional auction added to the shipment ● Shipping to Italy. Balkan countries, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Argentina, Brazil and China via Registered mail only $26.00 ● Shipping charges include handling and shipping ... morematerials. Not just postage expenses ● Payment must be received within 2 weeks from the end of auction ● Contact us if you have any questions before bidding* The antiquities have been buried in the earth as this has been the safest place. For one reason or another some of the antiquities have never been retrieved by their owners. These saved or lost items from ancient times are being discovered now days. Bringing us the pleasure of collecting them* Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Roman Ancient Silver Finger Ring (3829)
PRODUKTBESCHREIBUNG very nice rare! measures: Ring inside: D.17.44 mm. Ringplate: D: 12 x 12.7 mm. Silver weight: 5.2g. The authenticity of all items offered are guaranteed Die Echtheit aller angebotenen Stücke wird garantiert L'authenticit&233 de tous les articles propos&233s sont garantis Echtheitsgarantie! Bei Mehrfachkauf gerne kombinierter Versand Combined shipping. Sehen Sie sich meine anderen Artikel an! Nehmen Sie mich auf jeden Fall in Ihre Favoriten auf! Check out my other items! Be sure to add me to your favourites list! Eingestellt mit
Roman Bronze Seal Ring
Roman Bronze Seal Ring internal dia: 22 mm weight: 12 gm The Roman Empire was the post-Republican period of the ancient Roman civilization. Characterised by an autocratic form of government and large territorial holdings in Europe and around the Mediterranean. The term is used to describe the Roman state during and after the time of the first emperor, Augustus. The 500-year-old Roman Republic, which preceded it, had been weakened and subverted through several civil wars. Several events are commonly proposed to mark the transition from Republic to Empire, including Julius Caesar's appointment as perpetual dictator(44 BC) the Battle of Actium(2 September 31 BC) and the Roman Senate's granting to Octavian the honorific Augustus(4 January 27 BC) Roman expansion began in the days of the Republic, but the empire reached its greatest extent ... moreunder Emperor Trajan: during his reign the Roman Empire controlled approximately 6.5 million km2 of land surface. Because of the Empire's vast extent and long endurance, the institutions and culture of Rome had a profound and lasting influence on the development of language, religion, architecture, philosophy, law, and forms of government in the territory it governed, particularly Europe, and by means of European expansionism throughout the modern world. In the late 3rd century AD, Diocletian established the practice of dividing authority between four co-emperors, in order to better secure the vast territory, putting an end to the Crisis of the Third Century. During the following decades the empire was often divided along an East/West axis. After the death of Theodosius I in 395 it was divided for the last time.8] The Western Roman Empire collapsed in 476 as Romulus Augustus was forced to abdicate by Odoacer. The Eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire ended in 1453 with the death of Constantine XI and the capture of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks led by Mehmed II. Delivery: via Royal Mail Shipment fees for NORMAL DELIVERY(no tracking number! $4.70 for the UK. $5 for Europ
BEAUTIFUL GENUINE ROMAN Æ RING - UK FIND - wearable
A beautiful genuine Roman bronze ring with lapis lazuli in the bezel. Found in Wiltshire. A wearable ring. The rings original stone(or enamel) has been lost in antiquitiy. The stone in the ring now has been hand shaped from a piece of broken genuine Roman lapis bead of around the same era. The ring has been expertly cleaned to reveal it's original lustre. The inside of the ring has not been cleaned, and retains some of it's original patina. This patina cannot be faked and attests to the rings authenticity. This is a genuine Roman ring See picture for condition. Low start- No reserve Date: circa 2nd/3rd century AD Size: inner diameter apx 18/19mm Investing in Ancient Artefacts. Ancient artefacts are finite. Less are being discovered as time passes, and of course at some point in the future there will be no more. The quantity and availability ... moreof these ancient historic pieces is ever decreasing as collectors and museums purchase these objects and take them permanently off the market. Consequently, investment in antiquities is rising. Of course there are few of us who can afford to bid millions on objects like the Guennol Lioness, but, as availability decreases across the whole spectrum of ancient artefacts, investment is proving to be provident and wise, and most of all, for the sheer pleasure of owning a piece of ancient history. Postage costs: £2.50- first class recorded delivery. £6.00- insured delivery. £7.50 international signed for(Due to several items in the last 12 months apparently being lost in the post. We are now unable to offer a standard international postal service. All items must now be signed-for to comply with paypals seller protection. This also ensures a safe postage for the buyer. However, there are no extra postage charges for additional items combined in one package. For International'Signed For' with a higher insurance please contact us. International buyers please pay by paypal only. Thank you. No postal charges for multiple purchases. Items will combine togeth
ANCIENT BRONZE ROMAN / BYZANTINE RING WITH DECORATED BEZEL
THIS IS AN UNUSUAL ANCIENT BRONZE ROMAN/ BYZANTINE RING WHICH WAS FOUND METAL DETECTING IN EUROPE.THE PATINA HAS BEEN REMOVED TO REVEAL HOW IT WOULD HAVE LOOKED WHEN FIRST MADE.THE BEZEL HAS AN UNUSUAL DECORATION TO IT AND MEASURES APROX-17MM X 15MM.THE RING IS STILL IN GOOD SOLID CONDITION AND IS FULLY WEARABLE.THE DIAMATER OF THE BAND IS-18 MM WHICH IS APROX- A SIZE'8' IN THE U.S. OR A SIZE'P 1/2' IN THE U.K. I HAVE INCLUDED A PICTURE OF THE RING BEFORE CLEANING TO SHOW ITS'PATINA'THESE ANCIENT RINGS WERE HAND MADE USING PRIMITIVE TOOLS SO EACH ONE IS EFFECTIVELY A'ONE OFF'THE RING IS A BIT LIGHTER IN COLOUR THAN THE PHOTO SHOWS.A GREAT RING TO ADD TO ANY COLLECTION.
UK FOUND SUPERB GENUINE ROMAN Æ SEAL-RING
A genuine Roman bronze seal ring. With design on the bezel, found in Yorkshire. The ring has been expertly cleaned to reveal it's original lustre. The inside of the ring has not been cleaned, and retains it's original patina. This patina cannot be faked and attests to the rings authenticity. This is a genuine Roman ring See picture for condition. Low start- No reserve Date: circa 1st/2nd century AD Size: inner diameter apx 16/17mm Investing in Ancient Artefacts. Ancient artefacts are finite. Less are being discovered as time passes, and of course at some point in the future there will be no more. The quantity and availability of these ancient historic pieces is ever decreasing as collectors and museums purchase these objects and take them permanently off the market. Consequently, investment in antiquities is rising. Of course there ... moreare few of us who can afford to bid millions on objects like the Guennol Lioness, but, as availability decreases across the whole spectrum of ancient artefacts, investment is proving to be provident and wise, and most of all, for the sheer pleasure of owning a piece of ancient history. Postage costs: £2.50- first class recorded delivery. £6.00- insured delivery. £7.50 international signed for(Due to several items in the last 12 months apparently being lost in the post. We are now unable to offer a standard international postal service. All items must now be signed-for to comply with paypals seller protection. This also ensures a safe postage for the buyer. However, there are no extra postage charges for additional items combined in one package. For International'Signed For' with a higher insurance please contact us. International buyers please pay by paypal only. Thank you. No postal charges for multiple purchases. Items will combine together in one parcel. Please note that we cannot take responsibility for items lost or damaged in the post that are uninsured. Items posted within 48 hours after receiving payment. Cheques must be cleared in bank before ite
Rare Original Roman Soldiers legionary ring/ wreath palm branch/artifact/ patina
an459 Original Roman Byzantine bronze ring Dated to 4-6Cent.AD. measuring 18 mm. inside diameter equivalent to US size 8.5 Original olive green brown patina. Absolutely genuine and intact. In original unclean state. Authenticity guaranteed. I mage also represents palm leaves and olive branches symbols commonly used to represent brotherhood. One mark on the shoulder of the band. Ring is in good condition and a Very Rare Inclusion to the very finest Antiquity Collection. Normal 0 In ancient times since banks did not exist. Soldiers would bury their coins and jewelry before going into battle, and many of them did not return. They were also buried to avoid tax collectors and thieves. In ancient times, a ring distinguished an individual in a way that other forms of jewelry did not. Finger rings represented the language of social code, and connoted ... moreone’s social standing. Under the Empire, the finger ring was still considered a privilege, conferred for military distinction. As time wore on and attitudes changed, the ring was more freely bestowed. Even so, the ring retained its position as a mark of dignity, as a rich ornament, as an important seal, and as a token of betrothal. Special caskets were created for holding rings, and it was customary to remove a ring from the casket, to place on the finger of a visiting guest welcomed into one's home. Please make your payments on time. Payment methods for USA buyers: Payment methods for International buyers- including Canada: PAYPAL. contact us for more info. Payments must be received within 7 days from the end of auction(14 days for international) Please be sure to include item# address with your payment. IF REQUESTING A CERTIFICATE PLEASE DO SO AT THE TIME OF PAYMENT. Pay me securely with any major credit card through PayPal! Items will be shipped within 1 to 3 business days of purchase completion. FREE DOMESTIC FIRST CLASS MAIL. INTERNATIONAL $4(REGISTERED-$15.00) WE COMBINE SHIPPING. If you would like to have special shipping. Please contact us. All items will be
Roman bronze ring #44 rare unique antique 200 AD
Antique Treasure Description: Roman ring. bronze. Wear a piece of history. Ring size approximate u.s. size 10.5 or 20.5 mm Orginal Retail Price $25.00 Item size: 3/8" x 1/2" If you win this auction Please Pay within 3 days(if payment is not recieved I will relist the item) Item will ship within 24 hours of receipt of payment. Happy Bidding! Returns not accepted on this Item Shipping from Minnesota only to confirmed address. I will combine shipping(addtional items shipping cost will be discounted) Item number ring 44
Lovely Roman Bronze Ring Found Suffolk
Circa 3rd-4th century AD. Inner diameter 16mm. Ref 2. Postage is always combined. If you are not delighted with your purchase it will be my pleasure to refund you(I Like Happy Customers) Message sent when item dispatched. Iam a good seller and I do things properly.My service is flawless.
FINE RARE ANTIQUE ANCIENT ROMAN BRONZE RING
Buy with confidence. We won't let you down Item Description: A fine and rare ancient Roman bronze ring. The top with seal engraved decoration, a great little ring, it comes with a bill of sale from 1972, overall the condition is very good, please see photos. We do ship worldwide and at no cost. All shipping and postage is totally free! Please check our other current& for more interesting antique& collectable items. Photographs All our items are packaged and handled to a very high standard of care. We prefer payment via PayPal as it is quick easy and safe for all. If you need any more information regarding this item or any of the others we have listed at the moment please don't hesitate to contact us. Thanks for looking! Powered by On 07-Feb-13 at 02:34:33 GMT. Seller added the following information:
ROMAN BRONZE RING 5.50g/23mm R-363
Description ROMAN BRONZE RING 5.50g/23mm R-363 Payment We accept PAY PAL as a payment method for all buyers Payments must be received within 7 days from the end of auction. Shipping Items will be shipped by registered mail within 3 to 5 business days of purchase completion. WE ARE HAPPY TO COMBINE SHIPPING. £1 for each additional item of the same size or smaller) All items will be sent out in protected envelope or boxed if necessary. Shipping Worldwide for £8.99 Shipping to Europe for £8.99 Shipping to UK for £2.99 Contact Please direct all correspondence through eBay messaging. Please allow 24 to 48 hours for a response. Please feel free to contact us regarding all of your concerns!
matncat84 A ROMAN BRONZE RING NICELY DECORATED EXCELLENT QUALITY K99
A NO RESERVE AUCTION FOR THIS ROMAN BRONZE RING WITH SUPERB DECORATION OF EXCELLENT QUALITY AND CONDITION A VERY VALUABLE AND COLLECTABLE RING GENUINE. 1ST CENTURY BC- 3RD CENTURY AD SEE THE PICTURES FOR CONDITION SIZE +/ 16.00mm x 17.00mm INTERNAL DIA 3.70 GRMS I GUARANTEE THIS ITEM IS GENUINE. PURCHASED FROM A REGISTERED ANTIQITIUES DEALER The Pictures show the actual item you are bidding on. So no guess work as to what you are getting. The pictures have been enlarged to show detail. Please email me if you have any questions. POST. PACKING AND EXPENSES SPAIN. GBP3.25 EUROPE. GBP3.75 REST OF THE WORLD. GBP4.75 50% DISCOUNT ON SHIPPING AND EXPENSES FOR EACH EXTRA ITEM CERTIFIED DELIVERY IS EXTRA.PLEASE ASK PAYMENT METHODS PAYPAL PLEASE E-MAIL ME FOR DETAILS OF ALL PAYMENT METHODS I WILL E-MAIL THE WINNING BIDDER WITH ALL PAYMENT DETAILS If ... moreyour bid is sucessfull I will contact you via email to confirm payment details. THANK YOU
ONE ANCIENT ROMAN GLADIATOR RING AUTHENTIC ARTIFACT - ONE BID = ONE RING
ONE BID IS FOR ONE RING THANK YOU FOR VISITING GRANDPAS TOY SHOP- A GREAT AMERICAN COIN CO COMPANY UP FOR AUCTION TODAY IS A LOVELY MUSEUM QUALITY LOT OF BEAUTIFUL ANCIENT ROMAN RINGS. ONE BID IS FOR ONE RING 1 BID IS FOR 1 RING PICKED AT RANDOM FROM THE RINGS THAT YOU SEE IN THE PICTURE GET THIS PIECE OF HISTORY FROM US FOR A REAL STEAL! WHOLESALE TO THE PUBLIC WE WELCOME ALL DEALERS RESELLERS COLLECTORS OR ANYONE LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT GIFT AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE! GREAT AMERICAN COIN COMPANY WE PRIDE OURSELVES IN TAKING CARE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. IF THERE IS EVER A PROBLEM WITH YOUR ORDER OR IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION. PLEASE E-MAIL US RIGHT AWAY, OR CALL US TOLL FREE AT 855-644-2242. WE WILL BE HAPPY TO SPEAK WITH YOU. THANK YOU FOR YOUR BUSINESS. Gary Dyner- Great American Coin Company PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF THE OTHER GREAT ITEMS ... moreIN OUR EBAY STORE! GRANDPAS GUARANTEE Grandpa strives for FIVE STAR SERVICE* and stands by his product 100% If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason. Just notify me within 7 days of receipt of item. And I'll take it back- No Questions Asked- and provide you with a 100% refund! If you have any questions regarding your item. Please e-mail me THROUGH THE EBAY MESSAGING SYSTEM before leaving feedback. I take my customer service very seriously. I always answer e-mails within 12 hours. And often as soon as 30 minutes. Thank you again for your business, and God Bless. On Mar-25-11 at 17:03:20 PDT. Seller added the following information: Pay with PayPal: Get a MyStoreRewards invitation for cash back On Dec-01-11 at 22:12:37 PST. Seller added the following information: Every buyer gets a MyStoreRewards invitation for cash back Sellebrity Analytics.
Roman bronze beautiful ring
Roman ring it's very beautifull
Lot of 30 Celtic and Roman bronze hair ring
Thank You for visiting our auction! Lot of 30 Celtic and Roman bronze hair ring uncleaned diam. 14-24 mm; 46 gr Don't forget to look at the larger pictures! We ship to worldwide. Shipping cost calculated after total net weight as the undermentioned conditions: 1-3 coins but max. 10 gr- 2.5$ by simple airmail- for buyers's risk only! Otherwhise please ask new invoice with registered mail before payment! by Priority + registered mail: to Europe. EU 6.00 $ up to 10 gr; 8.00$ up to 70gr; 10.00 $ up to 200 gr; 15.00$ up to 400 gr; 22$ up to 800gr; 30.00$ up to 1200 gr to outside Europe. United States 6.50$ up to 10 gr; 8.50$ up to 70gr; 12.00 $ up to 200 gr; 16.00$ up to 400 gr; 25$ up to 800gr; 35.00$ up to 1200 gr Registered mail includes insurance up to 80 USD estiminate max. shipping weight: 1200 gr net NO ADDITIONAL ITEM COST Insurance ... moreoptional. Please ask sellers before payment! Please take a look at my other auctions: Read sellers's instructions! Good luck with your bidding! Look at the ORIGINAL PHOTOS:
Wonderful Roman/Medieval Bronze Ring With Garnet Found Norfolk
Very beautiful ring. Inner diameter 16mm. The Garnet was found close to the ring and has been reset at my jewellers. Ref 7. Postage is always combined. If you are not delighted with your purchase it will be my pleasure to refund you(I Like Happy Customers) Message sent when item dispatched. Iam a good seller and I do things properly.My service is flawless.
Roman Legionary Seal Ring
Inside dia: 22 mm Weight: 20 g Please read the description and bid accordingly! As pictured and as described. NO RESERVE! Returns accepted for any reason. Bid confidently! YOU ARE BIDDING ON THE ITEM PICTURED! The founding of Rome goes back to the very early days of civilization. It is so old. It is today known as'the eternal city' The Romans believed that their city was founded in the year 753 BC. Modern historians though believe it was the year 625 BC. Early Rome was governed by kings, but after only seven of them had ruled, the Romans took power over their own city and ruled themselves.They then instead had a council known as the'senate' which ruled over them. From this point on one speaks of the'Roman Republic'The word'Republic' itself comes from the Latin(the language of the Romans) words'res publica' ... morewhich mean'public matters' or'matters of state' The senate under the kings had only been there to advise the king. Now the senate appointed a consul, who ruled Rome like a king, but only for one year. This was a wise idea, as like that, the consul ruled carefully and not as a tyrant, for he knew that otherwise he could be punished by the next consul, once his year was up.Rome knew four classes of people. This division was very important to the Romans. The lowest class were the slaves. They were owned by other people. They had no rights at all. The next class were the plebeians. They were free people. But they had little say at all. The second highest class were the equestrians(sometimes they are called the'knights' Their name means the'riders' as they were given a horse to ride if they were called to fight for Rome. To be an equestrian you had to be rich. The highest class were the nobles of Rome. They were called'patricians' All the real power in Rome lay with them.The Roman Republic was a very successful government. It lasted from 510 BC until 23 BC- almost 500 years. The Roman empire in the end was overrun by millions of barbaria
ROMAN BRONZE RING 11.20g/22x29mm Rare Type R-471
Description ROMAN BRONZE RING 11.20g/22x29mm Rare Type R-471 Payment We accept PAY PAL as a payment method for all buyers Payments must be received within 7 days from the end of auction. Shipping Items will be shipped by registered mail within 3 to 5 business days of purchase completion. WE ARE HAPPY TO COMBINE SHIPPING. £1 for each additional item of the same size or smaller) All items will be sent out in protected envelope or boxed if necessary. Shipping Worldwide for £8.99 Shipping to Europe for £8.99 Shipping to UK for £2.99 Contact Please direct all correspondence through eBay messaging. Please allow 24 to 48 hours for a response. Please feel free to contact us regarding all of your concerns!
Superb roman silver ring
Superb roman silver ring Diameter: 22mm Very good condition Check out my other items! Superbe bague romaine en argent Diamètre ext: 22mm Bague authentique(4 € en lettre recommandé pour la France)
Roman Legionary Seal Ring
Roman Legionary Seal Ring weight: 16 grams internal dia: 23 mm Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 All my items are reproductions as stated Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 under Item specifics. These reproductions are made for displaying purposes. The history of the Roman world is an epic story which stretches out over the course of more than two millennia- the story of an small group of villages which went on to dominate a major part of the western world and was to substantially define its culture. It is obviously impossible to summarize the entire history within a few lines. However. Most chronologies distinguish between the following phases: Origins and Roman Monarchy(753- 509 B.C. A somewhat less familiar period, at the end of which Roman territory ... morewas only one small area, Latium, which remained threatened on all sides by Italic and Etruscan peoples. The Roman Republic(509- 27 B.C. paved the way for the institutions. Administration and organizational structures that were to sustain the force of Rome. By 264 B.C. Rome controlled the entire Italian peninsula. Its ambition would then be to dominate the Mediterranean. Following the destruction of Carthage in 146, this was achieved for the western part. Macedonia, allied with Carthage, was then defeated, and Greece was“liberated” from the Macedonians in 194. Rome occupied what is today the Turkish coastline. Julius Caesar was at the origin of the change which, within a few years(49-29 B.C. would change the Roman institutions into an empire which covered almost the whole of the Mediterranean shores, plus Gaul and present day Spain. The Roman Empire(27 B.C. 476 A.D. increased the grasp of Rome on the Western world even more so. However signs of crisis increase from 250 A.D. onwards. With the rise of new peoples who threaten the borders of the Roman empire. Within the empire, Christianity progresses and the Emperor Constantine converts to it in 324. In 395,
ROMAN GOLD RING with RED STONE 10.50g/20x20mm R-314
Description ROMAN GOLD RING with RED STONE 10.50g/20x20mm RRRR R-314 Payment We accept PAY PAL as a payment method for all buyers Payments must be received within 7 days from the end of auction. Shipping Items will be shipped by registered mail within 3 to 5 business days of purchase completion. WE ARE HAPPY TO COMBINE SHIPPING. £1 for each additional item of the same size or smaller) All items will be sent out in protected envelope or boxed if necessary. Shipping Worldwide for £12.99 Shipping to Europe for £12.99 Shipping to UK for £4.99 Contact Please direct all correspondence through eBay messaging. Please allow 24 to 48 hours for a response. Please feel free to contact us regarding all of your concerns!
CLASSIC 2ND CENTURY GENUINE ROMAN Æ RING - UK FIND. wearable
A classic 2nd century genuine Roman bronze ring. With star? design on the bezel, found in Yorkshire. The ring has been expertly cleaned to reveal it's original lustre. The inside of the ring has not been cleaned, and retains it's original patina. This patina cannot be faked and attests to the rings authenticity. This is a genuine Roman ring See picture for condition. Low start- No reserve Date: circa 2nd century AD Size: inner diameter apx 16/13.5mm Investing in Ancient Artefacts. Ancient artefacts are finite. Less are being discovered as time passes, and of course at some point in the future there will be no more. The quantity and availability of these ancient historic pieces is ever decreasing as collectors and museums purchase these objects and take them permanently off the market. Consequently, investment in antiquities is rising. ... moreOf course there are few of us who can afford to bid millions on objects like the Guennol Lioness, but, as availability decreases across the whole spectrum of ancient artefacts, investment is proving to be provident and wise, and most of all, for the sheer pleasure of owning a piece of ancient history. Postage costs: £2.50- first class recorded delivery. £6.00- insured delivery. £7.50 international signed for(Due to several items in the last 12 months apparently being lost in the post. We are now unable to offer a standard international postal service. All items must now be signed-for to comply with paypals seller protection. This also ensures a safe postage for the buyer. However, there are no extra postage charges for additional items combined in one package. For International'Signed For' with a higher insurance please contact us. International buyers please pay by paypal only. Thank you. No postal charges for multiple purchases. Items will combine together in one parcel. Please note that we cannot take responsibility for items lost or damaged in the post that are uninsured. Items posted within 48 hours after receiving payment. Cheques must be cleared
pc2004uk A NICE DECORATED ROMAN BRONZE RING GENUINE 144T
A GENUINE ROMAN BRONZE RING CIRCA 100B.C. 300A.D. DECORATED LIGHTLY CLEANED NO RESTORATION. SIZE. 20mm x 18mm 2.80grms I GUARANTEE THIS ITEM IS GENUINE. PURCHASED FROM A REGISTERED ANTIQUITIES DEALER The pictures show the actual item you are bidding on. So you know exactly what you are getting. Check out my other items! Be sure to add me to your favourites list! Please email me if you have any questions. POST. PACKING AND EXPENSES EUROPE GBP 3.75 REST OF THE WORLD GBP 4.75 50% DISCOUNT ON DELIVERY AND EXPENSES FOR EVERY EXTRA ITEM! CERTIFIED DELIVERY IS EXTRA. PLEASE ASK. THANK YOU On 24-Sep-12 at 18:20:16 BST. Seller added the following information:
Superb roman silver ring with a stone
Superb roman silver ring with a stone Diameter: 18mm x 22mm Very good condition Check out my other items! Superbe bague romaine en argent Diamètre ext: 18mm x 22mm Bague authentique(4 € en lettre recommandé pour la France)
925 sterling silver men ring size 10 with authentic ancient roman coin
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Superb roman bronze ring with a horse
Superb roman bronze ring Diameter: 21.5mm x 17,2mm Very good condition Check out my other items! Superbe bague romaine en bronze Diamètre ext: 21.5mm x 17,2mm Bague authentique(4 € en lettre recommandé pour la France)
Roman Bronze Snake Ring
Roman Bronze Snake Ring Inside dia: 22 mm Weight: 14 g Condition: Excellent. Covered with nice green patina Please read the description and bid accordingly! As pictured and as described. NO RESERVE! Returns accepted for any reason. Bid confidently! YOU ARE BIDDING ON THE ITEM PICTURED! The founding of Rome goes back to the very early days of civilization. It is so old. It is today known as'the eternal city' The Romans believed that their city was founded in the year 753 BC. Modern historians though believe it was the year 625 BC. Early Rome was governed by kings, but after only seven of them had ruled, the Romans took power over their own city and ruled themselves.They then instead had a council known as the'senate' which ruled over them. From this point on one speaks of the'Roman Republic'The word'Republic' ... moreitself comes from the Latin(the language of the Romans) words'res publica' which mean'public matters' or'matters of state' The senate under the kings had only been there to advise the king. Now the senate appointed a consul, who ruled Rome like a king, but only for one year. This was a wise idea, as like that, the consul ruled carefully and not as a tyrant, for he knew that otherwise he could be punished by the next consul, once his year was up.Rome knew four classes of people. This division was very important to the Romans. The lowest class were the slaves. They were owned by other people. They had no rights at all. The next class were the plebeians. They were free people. But they had little say at all. The second highest class were the equestrians(sometimes they are called the'knights' Their name means the'riders' as they were given a horse to ride if they were called to fight for Rome. To be an equestrian you had to be rich. The highest class were the nobles of Rome. They were called'patricians' All the real power in Rome lay with them.The Roman Republic was a very successful government. It lasted from 510 BC until 23 BC- almo
RARE AUTHENTIC ROMAN AE RING- PYRAMID DESIGN - WEARABLE
YOU ARE BIDDING FOR: RARE ROMAN BRONZE FINGER RING- PYRAMID SHAPED BEZEL- GREAT EXAMPLE OF THE EGYPTIAN INFLUENCE IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE- GREAT QUALITY- HIGHLY COLLECTABLE! THE OBJECT IS CLEANED IN A WAY THAT REVEALS ITS ORIGIAL LOOK! THIS RING IS 100% AUTHENTIC AND 100% WEARABLE! I GUARANTEE THAT THE RING IS MUCH BETTER IN HAND THAN IT IS ON THE PHOTOS! PERFECT GIFT! PERFECT FOR COLLECTING! PERFECT INVESTMENT! SIZE: 15 mm(INNER DIAMETER) WEIGHT: 2.2 gr. CIRCA: 1st- 3rd C AD I AM SELLING MY OWN COLLECTION HERE ON EBAY- I HAVE A GREAT VARIETY OF PENDANTS. RINGS, BROOCHES AND OTHERS- MANY OF THEM IN WEARABLE CONDITION. IF YOU HAVE INTERST IN SUCH ITEMS PLEASE SEND ME A MESSAGE WITH YOUR WISH LIST I WILL BE HAPPY TO ASSIST! CONDITIONS OF THE AUCTION: PAYMENT METHOD ACCEPTED- ONLY PAYPAL SHIPPING CHARGE: 2 POUNDS FOR THE UK. 3 POUNDS FOR THE EU ... moreAND 4 POUNDS FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD. NO ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGE FOR MULTIPLE ORDERS SO BUY AS MUCH AS YOU WANT! IF YOU WANT YOUR ITEM/S TO BE SENT WITH RECORDED/REGISTERED DELIVERY PLEASE LET ME KNOW AFTER THE END OF THE AUCTION SO YOUR INVOICE WILL BE UPDATED. ALL ITEMS WII BE SENT WITHIN 48 HOURS AFTER YOUR CLEAR PAYMENT IS RECEOVED! 100% RETURN POLICY- IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED YOU WILL HAVE YOUR MONEY BACK WITHOUT QUESTIONS ASKED! IF YOU HAVE QUESTONS PLEASE DO NOT HESIATATE TO CONTACT ME! THANK YOU VERY MUCH AND LUCKY BIDDING!
Antique ROMAN RING Original - Ex.Condition and Antique Coin
GREAT GENUINE ANTIQUE ROMAN WOMAN RING-WEARABLE OLD MORE THAN 1500/1600 years and still in Ex.condition Metal detecting find And Antique small heavy iron coin-age unknown. Condition: Excellent for its age.The Ring can be polish and will look Gorgeous. The Coin have little bit rust-just a drop.Not much at all.Please see the pictures. Measurement: Ring Diameter Outside:21mm Inside:19mm Coin Diameter: 17mm
Ancient Roman Eagle Dolphin (Greek) Silver Ring - wearable U.S. size 8.5
Ancient Roman Eagle Dolphin(Greek) Silver Ring- wearable U.S. size 8.5 While the image depicted on the ring. The eagle carrying the dolphin is generally known to be Greek in origin, the Romans were not above appropriating art from other cultures. This size 8 1/2 silver ring originates from approximately 100 C.E. As can be seen from the photograph, the ring and its image are exceptionally well preserved. This ring can be worn! PAYPAL ONLY SHIPPING: We ship packages via USPS First Class Mail(including insurance) within 48 hours of receipt of payment. $ 9: Domestic $12: Canada(please wait for invoice) $18: Rest of the world
Roman Ring with Stone Inset
Roman Ring with Stone Inset internal dia: 20 mm weight: 10 g Payment via PayPal via Royal Mail Shipment fees for NORMAL DELIVERY( no tracking number! $4.70 for the UK. $5 for Europe and $6 for USA and Worldwide. Shipment fees for RECORDED DELIVERY: tbc. Please let us now about any issue promptly. We will do our best to resolve ANY issue. Send us a message through eBay.
Superb Medieval ring - Red stone!! - NOT Hammered or Roman coins - 17mm wear
Beautiful Medieval ring from the the crusades period 17mm wearable space. I couldn't get a very good picture but I think the ring looks much nicer. Please check my other items, I combine postage worldwide!
UNIQUE 2ND CENTURY AD ROMAN JANUS "GOD OF DOORWAYS" RING, BLUE ENAMEL CENTRE
PRESENTING THIS WEEK A PREMIUM COLLECTION OF ORIGINAL ROMAN RINGS AND BROOCHES. VINTAGE BEDOUIN JEWELLERY, MEDIEVAL RINGS, INDIAN AND ISLAMIC ANTIQUES AND OTHER WONDERFUL CURIOSITIES UNIQUE CIRCA 2ND CENTURY AD ROMAN JANUS"GOD OF DOORWAYS" RING WITH BLUE ENAMEL CENTRE. A RARE EXAMPLE A scarce double headed. Beautiful Janus Roman Ring"Roman God of Doorways& Time" Circa 2nd century AD example. A face to either side of the ring and a blue enamel centre stone, traces of enamel still clear and visible Excellent detail. Janus" the God of time, doorways and beginnings In good condition. A scarce example, approx size UK I, US 4.25, inner diameter 15 mm In ancient Roman religion and mythology. Janus is the God of beginnings and transitions, thence also of gates, doors, doorways, endings and time. The month of January was ... morenamed in honor of Janus by the Romans Janus is at the origin of time as the guardian of the gates of Heaven: Jupiter himself moves forth and back because of Janus's working. In one of his temples. Probably that of Forum Holitorium, the hands of his statue were positioned to signify the number 355(the number of days in a year) later 365, symbolically expressing his mastership over time He presides over the concrete and abstract beginnings of the world. Such as religion and the gods themselves, he too holds the access to Heaven and other gods. Janus was also involved in spatial transitions, presiding over home doors, city gates and boundaries He is the initiator of human life. Of new historical ages, and financial enterprises: according to myth he was the first to mint coins Please see photos for exact condition Box is for display only and not part of the auction Low start and no reserve I aim for no less than 5 star feedback on all my items. Please be aware that by bidding on this item you are agreeing to the postage charges and that they are the lowest I can charge for packaging etc. I have a full refund policy should any item not be as described. But know you will be deli
Original Ancient Celtic Roman Thunder God Taranis archers ring artifact serpent
s SquareTrade © AP6.0 Original Celtic Roman bronze ring attributed to the Celtic God TARANIS 19-20mm. inside diameter. US size 9. 5. The b ez el of this ring is decorated with double thunder. The shoulders of the band and bezel are decorated with victory marks. Original green patina. Absolutely genuine and intact. Authenticity guaranteed. Ring is in good Condition and a Very Rare Inclusion to the very finest Antiquity Collection. Items of this high grade and preservation are becoming very difficult to obtain. The name Taranis derives from the Indo-European root'taran' meaning thunderer or thunder. He has been depicted as a wise. Patriarchal being holding a lightening bolt and a solar wheel. The wheel. More specifically the wheel with six or eight. Was an important symbol in historical. Apparently associated with a specific god, ... moreknown as the wheel-god. Identified as the sky- sun- or thunder-god, whose name is attested as Taranis by. Numerous Celtic also depict such a wheel. It is thought to correspond to a sun-cult practiced in. The wheel representing the. The half-wheel shown in the Gundestrup" also has eight visible spokes. Symbolic votive wheels were offered at shrines(such as in) Cast in rivers(such as the) Buried in tombs or worn as since the. Such"wheel pendants" from the Bronze Age usually had four spokes. And are commonly identified as solar symbols or" Artefacts parallel to the Celtic votive wheels or wheel-pendants are the so-called in a Germanic context. The identification of the Sun with a wheel. Or a chariot, has parallels in Germanic, Greek and Vedic mythology(see) In ancient times since banks did not exist. Soldiers would bury their coins and jewelry before going into battle, and many of them did not return. They were also buried to avoid tax collectors and thieves. In ancient times, a ring distinguished an individual in a way that other forms of jewelry did not. Finger rings represented the language of social code, and connoted one’s social standing. Under the Empir
Roman Bronze Ring 1AD Depicting Male Head
Roman Bronze Ring 1AD Depicting Male Head 11.54 grams Wonderful bronze Ring from the majestic Roman Empire with a rich history and great quality Very Good condition Еxcellent patina Kaligula 1302 Present Item Name- Roman Bronze Ring 1AD Depicting Male Head Size-11.54 grams Item made of-Bronze Period-1 AD I accept Paypal only. If you are the winning bidder. You will receive an automatic invoice. Please check its accuracy. Payment is due within 5 days after the end of auction. Please contact me before leaving a negative feedback. Giving me a chance to resolve your problem. Your satisfaction is my goal. If you're not satisfied with the item you purchased. Please contact me before leaving a feedback- When ordering Item before 12 АM it is possible to dispatched the same day- Price to UK 5.90- Delivery Time Worldwide 2-4 Week Price 8.90 If ... moreyou are the winning bidder. Payment must be made within 5 days. Please contact me if you have a problem with your purchase and I will do my best to insure your satisfaction. We accept return of item within 14 days from the date of receipt.Product must not be damaged or broken 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed!
SUPERB AUTHENTIC ROMAN AE WEDDING RING WITH ENGRAVED DECORATION- WEARABLE
YOU ARE BIDDING FOR: GREAT ROMAN BRONZE WEDDING RING WITH ENGRAVED GEOMETRIC DECORATION! THE OBJECT IS CLEANED IN A WAY THAT REVEALS ITS ORIGIAL LOOK! THIS RING IS 100% AUTHENTIC AND 100% WEARABLE! I GUARANTEE THAT THE RING IS MUCH BETTER IN HAND THAN IT IS ON THE PHOTOS! PERFECT GIFT! PERFECT FOR COLLECTING! PERFECT INVESTMENT! SIZE: 19 mm(INNER DIAMETER) WEIGHT: 1.2 gr. CIRCA: 1st- 3rd C AD CONDITIONS OF THE AUCTION: PAYMENT METHOD ACCEPTED- ONLY PAYPAL SHIPPING CHARGE: 2 POUNDS FOR THE UK. 3 POUNDS FOR THE EU AND 4 POUNDS FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD. NO ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGE FOR MULTIPLE ORDERS SO BUY AS MUCH AS YOU WANT! IF YOU WANT YOUR ITEM/S TO BE SENT WITH RECORDED/REGISTERED DELIVERY PLEASE LET ME KNOW AFTER THE END OF THE AUCTION SO YOUR INVOICE WILL BE UPDATED. ALL ITEMS WII BE SENT WITHIN 48 HOURS AFTER YOUR CLEAR PAYMENT IS ... moreRECEOVED! 100% RETURN POLICY- IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED YOU WILL HAVE YOUR MONEY BACK WITHOUT QUESTIONS ASKED! IF YOU HAVE QUESTONS PLEASE DO NOT HESIATATE TO CONTACT ME! THANK YOU VERY MUCH AND LUCKY BIDDING!
Roman Province Thrace (Bulgaria) Intricately Engraved Starburst Ring AD300 Sz6
Very Elaborate. Heavy, Size 6 Genuine Ancient Engraved Starburst Bezel Roman Bronze Ring 3rd Century A.D. CLASSIFICATION: Ancient Roman Bronze Ring with Engraved Starburst Bezel. ATTRIBUTION: Eastern Roman Empire(Thracia) 3rd Century A.D. SIZE/MEASUREMENTS: Fits ring size 6(U.S. Diameter: 18 1/2mm* 18mm(outer diameter) 17mm* 16 1/2mm(inner diameter) Bezel: 11 1/2mm(length) 11mm(height) Tapered Width Band: 5mm(at bezel) 2 1/2mm(at sides) 3mm(at back) Weight: 1.88 grams. CONDITION: Good! Completely intact. Relatively light wear consistent with infrequent use, moderately light porosity(surface pitting caused by contact with earth while buried) Professionally conserved. DETAIL: A remarkably well preserved bronze ring circa 3rd century A.D. As you can see. The ring is very bold, handsome, and elegant in design. The"bezel" or face of ... morethe ring is engraved with a classic starburst design accentuated with a periphery line. The engraved starburst design is very well preserved and very finely engraved. It is preserved in very good condition. Starburst themes of one variety or another were a very popular geometric design during the first few centuries A.D. and the starburst design engraved into the surface of this bezel is exceptionally well executed and well detailed. All of the engraving exhibits very fine workmanship. Not terribly uncommon, but nicely done. Aside from the very slight wear to the ring caused by some Roman citizen using it during his lifetime. There are no other detractions. The ring is of one-piece construction, much like a contemporary ring. The more archaic rings produced by Roman artisans were characteristically made in two pieces; an incomplete ring(a“shank” with a separately crafted bezel which was brazed to the shank in order to assemble the ring. As you can see, the design is quite elegant, and is very large and bold in character. Though not an uncommon theme, the level of preservation of this specimen is quite exceptional. Due to the bold sizing of the features,
Antoninus Pius: Roman Silver Coin on a Gold Plating Over Sterling Silver Ring
Coin from the family of Constantine I. The Great Emperor of the Roman world(306-337) This is a beautiful. Authentic ancient coin ring in a size 7 1/4. The ring contain an authentic, ancient roman coin made of Billon and depicts the Emperor Antoninus Pius(138-161 AD) It is about 19 mm in diameter and minted in Rome. He was the successor of Emperor Hadrian. The obverse shows Antoninus Pius laureate and draped facing right. The reverse which can be seen somewhat from the back side and shows the image of a woman, Annona standing left holding ears of corn facing right. The combined weight of the sterling silver ring and bronze and silver coin is about 12 grams. Billon is silver mixed with bronze used for making coins and dates from ancient Greece and continued through the Middle Ages. This coin is about 40% silver. These billon coins had a declining ... moresilver content and increasing bronze content as centuries went on. The ring band is a unique style and is gold plated. It is crafted from.925 sterling silver which is stamped on the band with a 40-mils-thick outside layer of 14K yellow gold. I have put a light coat of epoxy on the coin to protect it from chipping or other damage. I wear an ancient coin ring and get lots of comments on it. A one of a kind piece of jewelry and a unique piece of history. Please look carefully before bidding. Notify me if you are not happy with your purchase. As returns are accepted for a full refund. SHIP US ONLY Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring Oval Bezel Beveled Hoop
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring Oval Bezel Beveled Hoop Description: Bronze Roman era ring. Oval bezel with small piece broken off, hoop flat within, beveled without, uniform width, toned and accented with dark patina. Weight: 0.80g; Diameter: 14.65mm Size: USA: 3 ¾; UK: H; France: 46 ½; Germany: 14 ½-15; Japan: 6 ½; Switzerland: 6 ½; Reference: F.H. Marshall. Catalogue of Finger Rings, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman: In The Department Of Antiquities, British Museum(Pl. VIII:302 similar style) Click to view supersized image The crafting and wearing of jewelry has been a unique trait exhibited by mankind from our early beginnings. Paleolithic items of adornment have been unearthed that date back 75.000-100,000 years. It is theorized that jewelry originated as a purely functional item used to fasten animal hides together allowing ... morethem to be worn as clothing. Findings suggest that jewelry making became more prevalent over 40.000 years ago as mankind migrated from Africa and the Middle East into continental Europe. Early necklaces and bracelets were made from readily available materials such as bone, teeth, shells and stone strung together using twine from animal sinew or catgut. The forging of copper some 7.000 years ago allowed metal to be utilized as a material to craft jewelry. The smelting of copper and tin to make the alloy bronze heralded the advent of the Bronze Age some 5.000-6,000 years ago. It is conceivable that metal workers used their knowledge of metallurgy to craft items of adornment as well as tools and weapons. Jewelry has served(and continues to serve) three basic roles. As an ornament it attracts attention and could be used as a testament to hunting prowess or more general attributes. As an amulet holding supernatural power it protected the wearer against physical harm. Warded off evil and healed ailments. As society evolved it also became a symbol of wealth or social standing. Rings were extremely popular among the Romans. Their faith in the curative and protective powers attribute
FABULOUS LARGE ROMAN GOLD INTAGLIO RING 2ND AD
This is a Fabulous Large Roman Gold 22kt Ring. Set with a large oval gemstone intaglio, beautifully detailed. Dating to the 2nd/3rd Century AD. Measuring US 10.5 and UK U and weighing 4.58 grams. Ex Private Collection.
Stunning Roman/Medieval Bronze Ring With Agate Cleaned & Polished
Polished at my local jewellers with a jewellery polishing machine. Bright. Please note bronze and silver is prone to oxidation and you will need to polish on a regular basis to maintain a high shine.There are very simple polishing techniques please let me know if you need help. Inner diameter 20mm. Band is just over 5mm slightly thinner at the bottom. Good sturdy ring. Some patina remains on the ring. Golden bezel and copper band. Ref 3. Postage is always combined. If you are not delighted with your purchase it will be my pleasure to refund you(I Like Happy Customers) Message sent when item dispatched. Iam a good seller and I do things properly.My service is flawless.
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring with Incised Radiate Person Standing Design
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring with Incised Radiate Person Standing Design Description: Bronze Roman era ring with incised setting design of radiate person(emperor? accentuated dark green/brown patina. Diameter: 13-13.21mm Size(13.21mm) USA: 2; UK: D; France: 41 ½; Germany: 13 ½; Japan: 2; Switzerland: 1 ½ Click to view supersized image The crafting and wearing of jewelry has been a unique trait exhibited by mankind from our early beginnings. Paleolithic items of adornment have been unearthed that date back 75.000-100,000 years. It is theorized that jewelry originated as a purely functional item used to fasten animal hides together allowing them to be worn as clothing. Findings suggest that jewelry making became more prevalent over 40.000 years ago as mankind migrated from Africa and the Middle East into continental Europe. Early ... morenecklaces and bracelets were made from readily available materials such as bone, teeth, shells and stone strung together using twine from animal sinew or catgut. The forging of copper some 7.000 years ago allowed metal to be utilized as a material to craft jewelry. The smelting of copper and tin to make the alloy bronze heralded the advent of the Bronze Age some 5.000-6,000 years ago. It is conceivable that metal workers used their knowledge of metallurgy to craft items of adornment as well as tools and weapons. Jewelry has served(and continues to serve) three basic roles. As an ornament it attracts attention and could be used as a testament to hunting prowess or more general attributes. As an amulet holding supernatural power it protected the wearer against physical harm. Warded off evil and healed ailments. As society evolved it also became a symbol of wealth or social standing. Rings were extremely popular among the Romans. Their faith in the curative and protective powers attributed to some stones(as well as shapes and images) provided additional incentive to wear these amulets on their fingers. There were certain rules in the fashion of rings that were strictly observed. P
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring with Incised Linear Design
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring with Incised Linear Design Description: Bronze Roman era ring. Eye-shape setting area with linear design, dark brown patina. Diameter: 16.10mm Size: USA: 5 ½; UK: L; France: 51 ¾; Germany: 16; Japan: 10 ½; Switzerland: 11 ¾; Weight: 2.51g The crafting and wearing of jewelry has been a unique trait exhibited by mankind from our early beginnings. Paleolithic items of adornment have been unearthed that date back 75.000-100,000 years. It is theorized that jewelry originated as a purely functional item used to fasten animal hides together allowing them to be worn as clothing. Findings suggest that jewelry making became more prevalent over 40.000 years ago as mankind migrated from Africa and the Middle East into continental Europe. Early necklaces and bracelets were made from readily available materials ... moresuch as bone, teeth, shells and stone strung together using twine from animal sinew or catgut. The forging of copper some 7.000 years ago allowed metal to be utilized as a material to craft jewelry. The smelting of copper and tin to make the alloy bronze heralded the advent of the Bronze Age some 5.000-6,000 years ago. It is conceivable that metal workers used their knowledge of metallurgy to craft items of adornment as well as tools and weapons. Jewelry has served(and continues to serve) three basic roles. As an ornament it attracts attention and could be used as a testament to hunting prowess or more general attributes. As an amulet holding supernatural power it protected the wearer against physical harm. Warded off evil and healed ailments. As society evolved it also became a symbol of wealth or social standing. Rings were extremely popular among the Romans. Their faith in the curative and protective powers attributed to some stones(as well as shapes and images) provided additional incentive to wear these amulets on their fingers. There were certain rules in the fashion of rings that were strictly observed. Plain bronze and signet rings were worn on either hand while ring
ANCIENT ROMAN 4 ARTIFACTS,buckles,thimble,celtic ring #A
ANCIENT ROMAN 4 ARTIFACTS.Buckles,thimble,Celtic ring#A This auction is for a lot of authentic ancient Roman bronze artifacts dated 300 BC- 300 AD over 1700 years old!
Ancient Roman Tiny Bronze Ring Hexagon Shaped Setting
Ancient Roman Tiny Bronze Ring Hexagon Shaped Setting Description: Bronze Roman era ring. Hexagon shaped setting, linear design, pronounced rise at base, green patina with red accent. Diameter: 11.95mm Size: USA: ½; UK: A; France: Germany: Japan: Switzerland: Weight: 1.70g The crafting and wearing of jewelry has been a unique trait exhibited by mankind from our early beginnings. Paleolithic items of adornment have been unearthed that date back 75.000-100,000 years. It is theorized that jewelry originated as a purely functional item used to fasten animal hides together allowing them to be worn as clothing. Findings suggest that jewelry making became more prevalent over 40.000 years ago as mankind migrated from Africa and the Middle East into continental Europe. Early necklaces and bracelets were made from readily available materials such ... moreas bone, teeth, shells and stone strung together using twine from animal sinew or catgut. The forging of copper some 7.000 years ago allowed metal to be utilized as a material to craft jewelry. The smelting of copper and tin to make the alloy bronze heralded the advent of the Bronze Age some 5.000-6,000 years ago. It is conceivable that metal workers used their knowledge of metallurgy to craft items of adornment as well as tools and weapons. Jewelry has served(and continues to serve) three basic roles. As an ornament it attracts attention and could be used as a testament to hunting prowess or more general attributes. As an amulet holding supernatural power it protected the wearer against physical harm. Warded off evil and healed ailments. As society evolved it also became a symbol of wealth or social standing. Rings were extremely popular among the Romans. Their faith in the curative and protective powers attributed to some stones(as well as shapes and images) provided additional incentive to wear these amulets on their fingers. There were certain rules in the fashion of rings that were strictly observed. Plain bronze and signet rings were worn on either hand while rings set
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring with Diamond Shaped Setting
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring with Diamond Shaped Setting Description: Bronze Roman era ring. Diamond shaped setting, linear design, pronounced rise at base, light green patina with red accent. Diameter: 15.04mm Size: USA: 4 ¼; UK: I; France: 47 ¾; Germany: 15– 15 ¼; Japan: 10 ½; Switzerland: 11 ¾; Weight: 1.44g The crafting and wearing of jewelry has been a unique trait exhibited by mankind from our early beginnings. Paleolithic items of adornment have been unearthed that date back 75.000-100,000 years. It is theorized that jewelry originated as a purely functional item used to fasten animal hides together allowing them to be worn as clothing. Findings suggest that jewelry making became more prevalent over 40.000 years ago as mankind migrated from Africa and the Middle East into continental Europe. Early necklaces and ... morebracelets were made from readily available materials such as bone, teeth, shells and stone strung together using twine from animal sinew or catgut. The forging of copper some 7.000 years ago allowed metal to be utilized as a material to craft jewelry. The smelting of copper and tin to make the alloy bronze heralded the advent of the Bronze Age some 5.000-6,000 years ago. It is conceivable that metal workers used their knowledge of metallurgy to craft items of adornment as well as tools and weapons. Jewelry has served(and continues to serve) three basic roles. As an ornament it attracts attention and could be used as a testament to hunting prowess or more general attributes. As an amulet holding supernatural power it protected the wearer against physical harm. Warded off evil and healed ailments. As society evolved it also became a symbol of wealth or social standing. Rings were extremely popular among the Romans. Their faith in the curative and protective powers attributed to some stones(as well as shapes and images) provided additional incentive to wear these amulets on their fingers. There were certain rules in the fashion of rings that were strictly observed. Plain bronze an
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring Incised Botanical Design
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring Incised Botanical Design Description: Bronze Roman era ring. Pointed oval bezel with incised botanically influenced design, hoop flat within, beveled without, widened at shoulders, small rise at base, toned with red and dark green patina. Weight: 2.48g; Diameter: 16.92mm Size: USA: 6½; UK: N; France: 54; Germany: 17; Japan: 13; Switzerland: 14; Reference: F.H. Marshall. Catalogue of Finger Rings, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman: In The Department Of Antiquities, British Museum(Pg. 223:1455 similar bezel shape) Click to view supersized image The crafting and wearing of jewelry has been a unique trait exhibited by mankind from our early beginnings. Paleolithic items of adornment have been unearthed that date back 75.000-100,000 years. It is theorized that jewelry originated as a purely functional item used to fasten ... moreanimal hides together allowing them to be worn as clothing. Findings suggest that jewelry making became more prevalent over 40.000 years ago as mankind migrated from Africa and the Middle East into continental Europe. Early necklaces and bracelets were made from readily available materials such as bone, teeth, shells and stone strung together using twine from animal sinew or catgut. The forging of copper some 7.000 years ago allowed metal to be utilized as a material to craft jewelry. The smelting of copper and tin to make the alloy bronze heralded the advent of the Bronze Age some 5.000-6,000 years ago. It is conceivable that metal workers used their knowledge of metallurgy to craft items of adornment as well as tools and weapons. Jewelry has served(and continues to serve) three basic roles. As an ornament it attracts attention and could be used as a testament to hunting prowess or more general attributes. As an amulet holding supernatural power it protected the wearer against physical harm. Warded off evil and healed ailments. As society evolved it also became a symbol of wealth or social standing. Rings were extremely popular among the Romans. Their faith in the curative and
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring Elliptical Form Raised Bezel
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring Elliptical Form Raised Bezel Description: Bronze Roman era ring. 2nd- 3rd century A.D. hoop of elliptical form with uniform convex bevel, flat on either side, raised bezel with two incised lines on one side, dark green patina. Diameter: 14.86mm Size: USA: 4; UK: H ½; France: 46 ½- 47; Germany: 15; Japan: 7; Switzerland: 6 ½- 7 ½; Ref: Catalogue of Finger Rings. Greek, Etruscan and Roman: Dept. of Antiquities, British Museum: pg. 33:200, pl. V: 200(similar shape) Click to view supersized image The crafting and wearing of jewelry has been a unique trait exhibited by mankind from our early beginnings. Paleolithic items of adornment have been unearthed that date back 75.000-100,000 years. It is theorized that jewelry originated as a purely functional item used to fasten animal hides together allowing ... morethem to be worn as clothing. Findings suggest that jewelry making became more prevalent over 40.000 years ago as mankind migrated from Africa and the Middle East into continental Europe. Early necklaces and bracelets were made from readily available materials such as bone, teeth, shells and stone strung together using twine from animal sinew or catgut. The forging of copper some 7.000 years ago allowed metal to be utilized as a material to craft jewelry. The smelting of copper and tin to make the alloy bronze heralded the advent of the Bronze Age some 5.000-6,000 years ago. It is conceivable that metal workers used their knowledge of metallurgy to craft items of adornment as well as tools and weapons. Jewelry has served(and continues to serve) three basic roles. As an ornament it attracts attention and could be used as a testament to hunting prowess or more general attributes. As an amulet holding supernatural power it protected the wearer against physical harm. Warded off evil and healed ailments. As society evolved it also became a symbol of wealth or social standing. Rings were extremely popular among the Romans. Their faith in the curative and protective powers attributed
DELICATE ROMAN EGYPTIAN GLASS RING 1TH CENT AD MEDITERRANEAN DIAM 17-22 MILLI
DELICATE ROMAN EGYPTIAN GLASS RING 1TH CENT AD MEDITERRANEAN DIAM 17-22 MILLI-A ANTIQUE CRACK-
ANCIENT ROMAN ARTIFACTS silver coin brooch ring tool jewelry lot old antique
This auction is for a lot of authentic ancient Roman bronze/silver artifacts dated 100 AD- 400 AD( over 1600 years old) These artifacts include: a coin with traces of silver coating. A bronze coin, broken ring. Rope decoration, a fibula brooch fragment. A broken pendant tool and others( all items shown in pictures) A fabulous artifact collection with beautiful patina. Found in Europe. Ancient soldiers would bury their treasures before a big battle hoping to return for them after. Items that didn't get buried were often lost on the battlefield. Unfortunately many armies were slaughtered. But they left behind many treasures to be found by modern man. All my artifacts are ancient as described, and guaranteed authentic. Ask all questions before bidding. S/H will be $3.00 in the USA for the first auction. $1.00 each additional auction. International ... morebuyers pay $13 S/H. $1 each additional auction. All international packages are shipped with insurance. Payment is due within 15 days of auction end. I accept PAYPAL. Ask about other payment options. Payment must clear before item will be shipped. E-mail me with questions. Happy bidding. Don't forget to check out my other auctions for more great deals on Ancient Jewelry. If you win 10 or more auctions within a 2 week time period you can have them all shipped together for FREE. ANYWHERE! Please wait to pay until you are done winning. I will send you an invoice with combined shipping discounts. Combine items for 2 weeks, pay later. THANKS
RARE AUTHENTIC ROMAN AE RING- SOL INVICTUS DESIGN - SUN SHAPED BEZEL- WEARABLE
YOU ARE BIDDING FOR: RAREROMAN BRONZE RING- LEGIONARY TYPE- SOL INVICTUS(UNCONQUERED SUN) DESIGN- SUN SHAPED BEZEL- THE OBJECT IS CLEANED IN A WAY THAT REVEALS ITS ORIGIAL LOOK! THIS RING IS 100% AUTHENTIC AND 100% WEARABLE! I GUARANTEE THAT THE RING IS MUCH BETTER IN HAND THAN IT IS ON THE PHOTOS! PERFECT GIFT! PERFECT FOR COLLECTING! PERFECT INVESTMENT! SIZE: 19 mm(INNER DIAMETER) MEN'S SIZE WEIGHT: 2.2 gr. CIRCA: 1st- 3rd C AD I AM SELLING MY OWN COLLECTION HERE ON EBAY- I HAVE A GREAT VARIETY OF PENDANTS. RINGS, BROOCHES AND OTHERS- MANY OF THEM IN WEARABLE CONDITION. IF YOU HAVE INTERST IN SUCH ITEMS PLEASE SEND ME A MESSAGE WITH YOUR WISH LIST I WILL BE HAPPY TO ASSIST! CONDITIONS OF THE AUCTION: PAYMENT METHOD ACCEPTED- ONLY PAYPAL SHIPPING CHARGE: 2 POUNDS FOR THE UK. 3 POUNDS FOR THE EU AND 4 POUNDS FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD. ... moreNO ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGE FOR MULTIPLE ORDERS SO BUY AS MUCH AS YOU WANT! IF YOU WANT YOUR ITEM/S TO BE SENT WITH RECORDED/REGISTERED DELIVERY PLEASE LET ME KNOW AFTER THE END OF THE AUCTION SO YOUR INVOICE WILL BE UPDATED. ALL ITEMS WII BE SENT WITHIN 48 HOURS AFTER YOUR CLEAR PAYMENT IS RECEOVED! 100% RETURN POLICY- IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED YOU WILL HAVE YOUR MONEY BACK WITHOUT QUESTIONS ASKED! IF YOU HAVE QUESTONS PLEASE DO NOT HESIATATE TO CONTACT ME! THANK YOU VERY MUCH AND LUCKY BIDDING!
Roman Snake Ring In Fine Pewter
The snake ring design was very popular with the Romans during the first century AD. Jewellery was made from a range of metals including gold. Silver copper alloys and iron, although may of the finer gold and silver items would have been imported. This free-sizing reproduction ring is made in England from fine. Lead-free pewter. FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE for extra items. When paid together. If you are bidding on other items. Please wait for a combined invoice. For clarity: this item is NOT ANCIENT!
VERY UNUSUAL AUTHENTIC EARLY ROMAN AE RING- ENGRAVED GALERA / GALLEY - WEARABLE
YOU ARE BIDDING FOR: RARE ROMAN BRONZE LEGIONARY FINGER RING- ENGRAVED GALERA/ GALLEY ON SEA- PERFECT QUALITY! THE OBJECT IS CLEANED IN A WAY THAT REVEALS ITS ORIGIAL LOOK! THIS RING IS 100% AUTHENTIC AND 100% WEARABLE! I GUARANTEE THAT THE RING IS MUCH BETTER IN HAND THAN IT IS ON THE PHOTOS! PERFECT GIFT! PERFECT FOR COLLECTING! PERFECT INVESTMENT! SIZE: 16 mm(INNER DIAMETER) WEIGHT: 3.3 gr. CIRCA: 1st C AD I AM SELLING MY OWN COLLECTION HERE ON EBAY- I HAVE A GREAT VARIETY OF PENDANTS. RINGS, BROOCHES AND OTHERS- MANY OF THEM IN WEARABLE CONDITION. IF YOU HAVE INTERST IN SUCH ITEMS PLEASE SEND ME A MESSAGE WITH YOUR WISH LIST I WILL BE HAPPY TO ASSIST! CONDITIONS OF THE AUCTION: PAYMENT METHOD ACCEPTED- ONLY PAYPAL SHIPPING CHARGE: 2 POUNDS FOR THE UK. 3 POUNDS FOR THE EU AND 4 POUNDS FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD. NO ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGE ... moreFOR MULTIPLE ORDERS SO BUY AS MUCH AS YOU WANT! IF YOU WANT YOUR ITEM/S TO BE SENT WITH RECORDED/REGISTERED DELIVERY PLEASE LET ME KNOW AFTER THE END OF THE AUCTION SO YOUR INVOICE WILL BE UPDATED. ALL ITEMS WII BE SENT WITHIN 48 HOURS AFTER YOUR CLEAR PAYMENT IS RECEOVED! 100% RETURN POLICY- IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED YOU WILL HAVE YOUR MONEY BACK WITHOUT QUESTIONS ASKED! IF YOU HAVE QUESTONS PLEASE DO NOT HESIATATE TO CONTACT ME! THANK YOU VERY MUCH AND LUCKY BIDDING!
Roman Solid Silver Carnelian Intaglio Ring
Museum quality historical reproduction of Description Weight: 7 g Inside dia: 18 mm Payment PayPal other payment methods per request Shipping safely packed with bubble wrap with Royal Mail. International Signed For Airmail(tracked! shipping fee: $5.90 for the UK; $12.50 for Europe; $13.50 for the USA
RARE ROMAN BRONZE RING WITH ENGRAVED MOON AND STAR
WELCOME TO MY AUCTION! YOU ARE BIDDING FOR A RARE ROMAN RING WITH ENGRAVED MOON AND STAR- THE BAND OF THE RING IS COMPLETE AND WELL PRESERVED JOINING AN ELIPTICAL BEZEL WITH ENGRAVED HALF MOON AND STAR NEXT TO IT- SYMBOL OF DEATH AND REBIRTH- POSSIBLY MILITARY ASSOCIATED ITEM- VERY UNSUAL AND INTERSTING RING- PERFECT ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION! 16 MM(INNER DIAMETER) 3.3 GR VERY WELL PRESERVED OBJECT! I AM A COLLECTOR! ALL THE OBJECTS LISTED ARE BOUGHT FROM ONLINE AUCTIONS. COIN FAIRS AND ANTIQUES SHOPS. I ACCEPT PAYMENTS ONLY WITH PAYPAL ALL ITEMS WILL BE SENT IN SECURE PACKING AS SOON AS CLEAR PAYMENT IS RECEIVED. POSTAGE CHARGE FOR A SINGLE ITEM- 2 POUNDS FOR THE UK AND 4 POUNDS FLAT RATE FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD I OFFER COMBINE SHIPPING CHARGE! I HAVE 100% RETURN POLICY AND PERFECT EBAY REPUTATION SO BID WITH CONFIDENCE! IF YOU HAVE ANY ... moreQUESTIONS. PLEASE CONTACT ME! THANK YOU FOR WATCHING AND BIDDING!
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring With Refined Elegant Design
Ancient Roman Bronze Ring With Refined Elegant Design Description: The timeless style of this example is one that transcends empires. It shares styling cues used from Roman times to the love rings of the 1600-1700’s(see references below) Elliptical bezel with pointed ends. Small ovals on either side, hoop flat within, beveled without, uniform width, toned with dark green/brown patina. Weight: 1.05g; Diameter: 16.92mm Size: USA: 6½; UK: N; France: 54; Germany: 17; Japan: 13; Switzerland: 14; References: 1) F.H. Marshall. Catalogue of Finger Rings, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman: In The Department Of Antiquities, British Museum(Pl. XXXIII: 907,914 shared styling cues) 2) Franks Bequest: Catalogue of Finger Rings. Early Christian, Byzantine, Teutonic, Mediaeval and Later, British Museum, Department Of British And Mediaeval Antiquities And Ethnology(Pl. ... moreXXVII: 1056 similar bezel shape and design) Click to view supersized image The crafting and wearing of jewelry has been a unique trait exhibited by mankind from our early beginnings. Paleolithic items of adornment have been unearthed that date back 75.000-100,000 years. It is theorized that jewelry originated as a purely functional item used to fasten animal hides together allowing them to be worn as clothing. Findings suggest that jewelry making became more prevalent over 40.000 years ago as mankind migrated from Africa and the Middle East into continental Europe. Early necklaces and bracelets were made from readily available materials such as bone, teeth, shells and stone strung together using twine from animal sinew or catgut. The forging of copper some 7.000 years ago allowed metal to be utilized as a material to craft jewelry. The smelting of copper and tin to make the alloy bronze heralded the advent of the Bronze Age some 5.000-6,000 years ago. It is conceivable that metal workers used their knowledge of metallurgy to craft items of adornment as well as tools and weapons. Jewelry has served(and continues to serve) three basic roles. As an ornament it attra
Genuine Elegant Roman Bronze Ring Size 9¼ AD300 Antique 19thC 8ct Carnelian Gem
Very Elegant Size 9 1/4 Genuine Ancient Roman Bronze Ring 300 A.D. CLASSIFICATION: Ancient Roman Bronze Ring. Antique Handcrafted Nineteenth Century Orange Carnelian Semi-Precious Gemstone. ATTRIBUTION: Eastern Roman Empire(Provincial Pannonia– present-day Hungary) Third or Fourth Century A.D. SIZE/MEASUREMENTS: Fits ring size 9 1/4(U.S. Diameter: 22mm* 21mm(outer dimensions excluding gemstone) 20mm* 19mm(inner diameter) Bezel: 16mm(breadth) 12mm(height) Excluding gemstone. Gemstone: 18mm(breadth) 13mm(height) 4mm(thickness) 8.15 carats(approximate weight) Tapered Width Band: 13mm(at bezel) 2 1/2mm(at sides) 2mm(at back) Weight: 3.65 grams(without gemstone) CONDITION: Excellent! Completely intact. Moderate to moderately-heavy wear consistent with frequent usage, modest porosity(surface pitting caused by contact with earth while buried) Professionally ... moreconserved. DETAIL: A nicely styled Roman bronze ring of a simple“solitaire” design. With a raised, six-sided platform bezel, of a bold size and character, which originally held a gemstone. The ring was not actually recovered with the gemstone intact, however usually this style of bronze ring was set either with a glass gemstone(glass was quite costly) or with some form of quartz crystal; i.e. clear quartz, orange quartz(carnelian” or purple quartz(amethyst” The ring is of heavy and durable one-piece construction, much like a contemporary ring. The more archaic rings produced by Roman artisans were characteristically made in two pieces; an incomplete ring(a“shank” with a separately crafted bezel which was brazed to the shank in order to assemble the ring. It is quite likely that the ring was worn most of a lifetime. As it would take most of a life time to wear down the raised platform bezel to the extent evidenced. In fact the extent of the wear is significant enough that it suggests that the ring might have been worn during the lifetime of more than one owner. Perhaps it was a family heirloom handed down betwe
Ancient Bronze Ring possibly Roman Era Unadorned Design
Ancient Bronze Ring possibly Roman Era Unadorned Design Description: Bronze ring. No styling cues to provide approximate era, could be anywhere from Roman to Ottoman, plain band with one flat spot, slight patina. Diameter: 15.04mm Size: USA: 4 ¼; UK: I; France: 47 ¾; Germany: 15– 15 ¼; Japan: 10 ½; Switzerland: 11 ¾; Weight: 3.49g Click to view supersized image The crafting and wearing of jewelry has been a unique trait exhibited by mankind from our early beginnings. Paleolithic items of adornment have been unearthed that date back 75.000-100,000 years. It is theorized that jewelry originated as a purely functional item used to fasten animal hides together allowing them to be worn as clothing. Findings suggest that jewelry making became more prevalent over 40.000 years ago as mankind migrated from Africa and the Middle ... moreEast into continental Europe. Early necklaces and bracelets were made from readily available materials such as bone, teeth, shells and stone strung together using twine from animal sinew or catgut. The forging of copper some 7.000 years ago allowed metal to be utilized as a material to craft jewelry. The smelting of copper and tin to make the alloy bronze heralded the advent of the Bronze Age some 5.000-6,000 years ago. It is conceivable that metal workers used their knowledge of metallurgy to craft items of adornment as well as tools and weapons. Jewelry has served(and continues to serve) three basic roles. As an ornament it attracts attention and could be used as a testament to hunting prowess or more general attributes. As an amulet holding supernatural power it protected the wearer against physical harm. Warded off evil and healed ailments. As society evolved it also became a symbol of wealth or social standing. Rings were extremely popular among the Romans. Their faith in the curative and protective powers attributed to some stones(as well as shapes and images) provided additional incentive to wear these amulets on their fingers. There were certain rules in the fashion
ROMAN. BRONZE SEAL RING. BIRD DESIGN. c.3RD CENT.A.D.
ROMAN. BRONZE SEAL RING. c.3rd century A.D. Design on bezel of a bird with wings open. Inside diameter of band: 18mm. Possible repair to band. Lightly encrusted in areas. Posted with
Ancient Roman Byzantine Silver Ring with Aqua Stone 500 AD Size 7 NO RESERVE!
A Gorgeous Ancient Roman Silver ring with brilliant aqua colored glass stone. This is a genuine 1500 year old Roman Artisan hand crafted solid silver ring in excellent condition. Found buried in the Balkans near the ancient Byzantine City of Constantinople. Beautiful ancient condition with original faceting still visible. Incredible detail throughout and only a few small scuffs from being buried and uncovered, still retains original patina and ancient dirt crust in some areas. An excellent display piece or if you choose it is in good enough condition that it actually can be worn. Approximately size 7.
BEAUTIFUL Roman Bronze RING , FLORAL Decoration+++
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INTEREST ROMAN BRONZE SEAL RING , JUPITER WITH SOME EMPEROR?
INTEREST ROMAN BRONZE SEAL RING. JUPITER WITH SOME EMPEROR? Weight: 1.51 gr Size: 17.51mm Condition UNC.EF,VF,F,VG,G,PR: VG Authentic: 100% SHIPPING COMBINE SHIPPING AVAILABLE ALL THE PARCELS SEND BY REGISTERED AIR MAIL WITH TRUCKING NUMBER DELIVERY TIME WOULD BE FROM 2 DAYS UNTIL 25 DAYS SOME TIMES. EXCEPT HOLIDAYS SAME DAY SHIPPING RETURNS ACCEPTED FOR ANY REASON BUT NOT MORE THAN ONE MONTH.FULL PAYMENT REFUND PAYMENTS BUYERS CAN PAY 8 DAYS AFTER LISTING END WE ACCEPT PAY PAL PAYMENTS ONLY AND BANK TRANSFERS
Roman Bronze Spiral Ring
Roman Bronze Spiral Ring Inside dia: 22 mm Weight: 30 g Condition: Excellent. Covered with nice green patina Please read the description and bid accordingly! As pictured and as described. NO RESERVE! Returns accepted for any reason. Bid confidently! YOU ARE BIDDING ON THE ITEM PICTURED! The founding of Rome goes back to the very early days of civilization. It is so old. It is today known as'the eternal city' The Romans believed that their city was founded in the year 753 BC. Modern historians though believe it was the year 625 BC. Early Rome was governed by kings, but after only seven of them had ruled, the Romans took power over their own city and ruled themselves.They then instead had a council known as the'senate' which ruled over them. From this point on one speaks of the'Roman Republic'The word'Republic' ... moreitself comes from the Latin(the language of the Romans) words'res publica' which mean'public matters' or'matters of state' The senate under the kings had only been there to advise the king. Now the senate appointed a consul, who ruled Rome like a king, but only for one year. This was a wise idea, as like that, the consul ruled carefully and not as a tyrant, for he knew that otherwise he could be punished by the next consul, once his year was up.Rome knew four classes of people. This division was very important to the Romans. The lowest class were the slaves. They were owned by other people. They had no rights at all. The next class were the plebeians. They were free people. But they had little say at all. The second highest class were the equestrians(sometimes they are called the'knights' Their name means the'riders' as they were given a horse to ride if they were called to fight for Rome. To be an equestrian you had to be rich. The highest class were the nobles of Rome. They were called'patricians' All the real power in Rome lay with them.The Roman Republic was a very successful government. It lasted from 510 BC until 23 BC- alm
Roman Bronze Ring with a Bird, circa 1st - 4th Century AD.
Roman Bronze Ring with a Bird. Circa 1st- 4th Century AD: A wonderful signet ring with a bird running right. A fabulous antiquity with a great topic in size 4 1/2; with attractive green patina; and is perfectly intact. Id: A11025) Est. 70 PAYMENT POLICY All payments must be completed within 2 weeks after the listing ends. Any payments not cleared within 2 weeks will be automatically transferred to the eBay dispute resolution center by the Unpaid Item Assistant. We accept PayPal payments and all major credit cards online payments only through the PayPal system. We do not accept other forms of payment. SHIPPING POLICY Domestic Our ordinary shipping option is to ship via First Class Mail with tracking information. Your First Class Mail package will usually be delivered in from 3 to 5 days. We can ship by Priority Mail with tracking information ... morefor a $9 flat rate. Which will reduce shipping time. Postal insurance can be added for $2.30 per $100. Registered Mail for high value items is recommended- e-mail us for the price of registered mail for you package. International. The basic international shipping option includes First Class International Mail with no tracking information. Your package will arrive in 5 to 10 Business days. We can ship by Registered Mail(includes tracking) for postage PLUS $12. We can ship also by Insured Express Mail for $33. IMPORTANT! Import duties. Taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges and are the Buyer's Responsibility: RETURN POLICY If you’re not satisfied with your purchase FOR ANY REASON you can return the item for full refund. Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Policy allows you to return the item(s) exactly as received for a full refund within 14 days after the purchase. We will not accept RETURNS of altered or damaged(of any nature) artifacts. We stand behind our products 100% But if requested, at the time of payment we will provide a Certificate of Authenticity for items purchased. PLEASE NOTE: Our shipping and handling fees as well as your re
Ancient Roman Ring With Graven Semiprecious Stone and God Shapes !!
Roman Ring With Graven Semiprecious Stone and God Shapes! intact weight: 9. 0 gr diameter: 25.5 mm material: bronze. Semiprecious stone origin: Noricum The Origin of the Object s are guaranteed. Please read our rules and policies carefully before bidding, if you bid you are agree with them. We do not need trouble with costumers who can not read before bidding. P A Y M E N T Payment in 3 days via Paypal only. We accept only PayPal. If you do not pay in 3 days. On the 4th day eBay will open a case AUTOMATICALLY. So if you can not pay in 3 days please do not bid or buy! S H I P P I N G P O L I C I E S We do combine shipping to save you money. In case of multiple winning please wait for our invoice. Please note that when we mail your items out. Everything will be properly cushioned and covered to avoid damage from the elements. We are professionals ... morewhen it comes to packing. We do not just throw your items in an envelope with some paper or nylon bags. We send our coins only with registered priority mail. No exclusions. We cannot afford for any more packages to get lost. Please check notices left by your post officers if you are not at home when your package arrive from us. Please do not forget to leave feedback, this is the part of our business as well. WE DO NOT SHIP TO RUSSIA ANYMORE! WE ARE FED UP WITH RUSSIAN POST'S ADMINISTRATION AND SLOWNESS. NOT TO MENTION THE LOST PACKAGES. R U L E S Please do not bid with zero(0) feedback or/and without PayPal account. Thank you for visiting and good luck!
UNIQUE ANCIENT AUTHENTIC ROMAN RING WITH IMAGE OF TWO SNAKES BRONZ
ROMAN EMPIRE- UNIQUE ANCIENT AUTHENTIC ROMAN RING WITH IMAGE OF TWO SNAKES BRONZ weight-3.05gr diameter-23mm internal diameter-20mm see my other items GOOD LUCK Worldwide and combined shipping is possible! VERY SCARCE ROMAN ARTIFACTS
200AD Ancient Roman Province Commagene (Armenia) Engraved Leaf Bronze Ring Size7
Genuine Ancient Leaf Engraved. Marquise-Shaped Ring from Roman Armenia Circa Third Century A.D. CLASSIFICATION: Ancient Roman Marquise-Shaped Bronze Ring with Leaf Engraved Bezel. ATTRIBUTION: Roman Provincial Commagene/Ancient Armenia(present-Day Southeastern Turkey) Third Century A.D. SIZE/MEASUREMENTS: Fits ring size 7(U.S. Diameter: 19mm* 18 1/2mm(outer diameter) 18mm(inner diameter) Bezel: 12mm(breadth) 4mm(height) 2mm(thickness) Tapered Width Band: 3mm(at bezel) 2 1/2mm(at sides) 2mm(at back) Weight: 0.95 grams. CONDITION: Very Good! Complete. Moderately light wear consistent with ancient usage. Moderately heavy porosity(surface pitting caused by contact with earth while buried) Professionally conserved. DETAIL: A fairly well preserved third century A.D. Roman engraved bronze ring from Provincial Commagene. The ring is preserved well. ... moreOnly lightly worn in antiquity, so the detail is fairly well preserved. As you can see, the ring is very bold, handsome, and appealing in design. The marquise-shaped bezel features a sharply incised design, quite characteristic of the era, a very intricately incised leaf. The marquise-shaped bezel and the deeply incised lines perfectly convey the pattern of a leaf, and the simple yet sophisticated interpretation is of timeless elegance and beauty. You can also see that the bands are accented with sculpted“pinches” where the bands meet the bezel, a nice little flourish uncommon for the rings of the era. The ring is a wonderful. Well-preserved piece of ancient Roman jewelry. It has a beautiful and rich tone, bright, almost the hue of ancient gold, very characteristic of ancient bronze, very handsome. The ring is of one-piece construction, much like a contemporary ring. The more archaic rings produced by Roman artisans were characteristically made in two pieces; an incomplete ring(a“shank” with a separately crafted bezel which was brazed to the shank in order to assemble the ring. Fate has been kind, and the ring has been preserved in wonderf
AD350 Roman Lycia Anatolia (Turkey) Celtic Christian Engraved Cross Ring Sz9
Size 9 Genuine Ancient Engraved Stylized Romano-Celtic Starburst– Christian“Stellata Cross” Bronze Ring with Sculpted/Shouldered Bands 350 A.D. CLASSIFICATION: Ancient Roman Bronze Ring with bezel featuring engraved starburst and sculpted/shouldered/engraved bands. ATTRIBUTION: Eastern Roman Empire. Provincial Lycia(ancient Anatolia, present-day Southern Turkey) Late Fourth or Early Fifth Century A.D. SIZE/MEASUREMENTS: Fits ring size 9(U.S. Diameter: 23mm x 22mm(outer dimensions) 19 1/2mm(inner diameter) Bezel: 12mm(height) 10mm(breadth) 2 1/2mm(thickness) Tapered Width Band: 7 1/2mm(at bezel) 6 1/2mm(at sides) 5mm(at back) Weight: 5.24 grams. CONDITION: Good! Completely intact. Evidence of modeerate wear in the ancient world; moderately heavy porosity(surface pitting caused by contact with earth while buried) Professionally conserved. DETAIL: ... moreA nicely crafted and fairly sophisticated ancient Roman bronze ring circa late third or early fourth century A.D. As you can see. The design is quite sturdy, with heavy, shouldered bands and thick bezel, and the ring is very handsome and solid in character. The ring is twice the weight of the ordinary ring of the era, very durable and solid. The"bezel" or center part of this ring depicts a stylized starburst design which though pagan in origin, was co-opted by the Christians and evolved into a stylized depiction known as a“Stellata Cross” In hand the engraving of the starburst, or“Stellata Cross” engraving is fairly clear and easy to discern. It’s a little more difficult to discern in these images, as the design is worn and pebbled to the point of being somewhat faint. However the engraved design is clear enough to be unambiguous and unmistakable. The starburst design was co-opted by the Christians over the period between the second and fourth centuries. Metamorphosing into the“Stellata Cross” The pagan(or non-religious) starburst which was a very popular and frequent Roman ring motif for centuries, became even more so as it metamo
Ancient roman bronze ring with nice patina !
Roman Antiquities& Coins Ancient roman bronze ring with nice patina! The plate is not engraving Very nice& very interesting! Size- 22/ 22/ 14 mm Ring diameter = 22 mm/ Ring inside diameter = 19 mm. WEIGHT- 5.08 grams. ALL COINS AND ANTIQUITIES ITEMS ARE GUARANTEED. UNCONDITIONALLY TO BE GENUINE! ALL ITEMS WILL BE SHIPPED WITH REGISTERED MAIL Also i will combine shipping for multiple items. If you will win more than one item please wait for my invoice. I will send you an invoice with a combined shipping fee after the end of the auctions.
Roman Bronze Ring with Glass Intaglio, circa 2nd Century AD.
Roman Bronze Ring with Glass Intaglio. Circa 2nd Century AD: A nice bronze ring with an intaglio with a soldier with shield. The ring is size 2 3/4; is intact; and has wonderful green patina. Id: A 20367) Est. 85 PAYMENT POLICY All payments must be completed within 2 weeks after the listing ends. Any payments not cleared within 2 weeks will be automatically transferred to the eBay dispute resolution center by the Unpaid Item Assistant. We accept PayPal payments and all major credit cards online payments only through the PayPal system. We do not accept other forms of payment. SHIPPING POLICY Domestic Our ordinary shipping option is to ship via First Class Mail with tracking information. Your First Class Mail package will usually be delivered in from 3 to 5 days. We can ship by Priority Mail with tracking information for a $9 flat rate. Which ... morewill reduce shipping time. Postal insurance can be added for $2.30 per $100. Registered Mail for high value items is recommended- e-mail us for the price of registered mail for you package. International. The basic international shipping option includes First Class International Mail with no tracking information. Your package will arrive in 5 to 10 Business days. We can ship by Registered Mail(includes tracking) for postage PLUS $12. We can ship also by Insured Express Mail for $33. IMPORTANT! Import duties. Taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges and are the Buyer's Responsibility: RETURN POLICY If you’re not satisfied with your purchase FOR ANY REASON you can return the item for full refund. Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Policy allows you to return the item(s) exactly as received for a full refund within 14 days after the purchase. We will not accept RETURNS of altered or damaged(of any nature) artifacts. We stand behind our products 100% But if requested, at the time of payment we will provide a Certificate of Authenticity for items purchased. PLEASE NOTE: Our shipping and handling fees as well as your return shipping costs are you
ANCIENT ROMAN DEVIL EYE BRONZE RING - RARE PENTAGRAM
Circa 1st-3rd century AD. Ancient Roman bronze ring depicting the so called devil eyes. All in the form of Pentagram. Elaborately decorated band, gorgeous patina, wearable. Size: 3. Inner diameter: 14 mm. TERMS and SHIPPING ● All items are guaranteed to be authentic/original and as described. 30 day return privilege for any reason less shipping fees ● Domestic shipping and handling via 1st class mail is $4.00. Combined shipping: $1.00 more for each additional auction added to the shipment ● International shipping and handling via 1st class mail is $8.00. Combined shipping: $2.00 more for each additional auction added to the shipment ● Shipping to Italy. Balkan countries, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Argentina, Brazil and China via Registered mail only $26.00 ● Shipping charges include handling and shipping materials. Not just postage expenses ... more● Payment must be received within 2 weeks from the end of auction ● Contact us if you have any questions before bidding* The antiquities have been buried in the earth as this has been the safest place. For one reason or another some of the antiquities have never been retrieved by their owners. These saved or lost items from ancient times are being discovered now days. Bringing us the pleasure of collecting them* Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Ancient Roman Rare Black Glass Ring 100-200 AD
About The Roman Jewelry Apart from gold and other precious metals. Romans used glass to make their jewelry. Roman jewelry gives us an insight into the culture of this ancient country. Just like other ancient civilizations. Rome also had its distinct strata of social classes. In the Roman society, jewelry was worn for indicating the social status of a person and attaching pieces of clothing rather than beautification. Gold was used by the artisans and jewelers for carving the adornments and jewelry as it was believed to be the metal of the Gods and supposed to have descended from the sun. Other than gold, the materials used in jewelry making were bronze, Roman glass, bone beads and precious gemstones which were excavated from far off places like Persia, Far East, Indus Valley, etc. Diamonds, emeralds and sapphires found their way from the ... moresilk route to the Roman land to appease the rich and mighty of this civilization. About the Roman Rings Romans liked to wear big rings which drew attention and revealed the status of the wearer. A gold ring often contained a huge gemstone or Roman glass which was generally worn by the Senators and the bureaucrats. The common people referred as the Plebeians were allowed to wear only rings made of iron. However. Some Plebeians were awarded the right to wear the golden rings for their bravery or special service to the state. But gradually such stringent rules were relaxed during the reign of Justinian I. Women of ancient Rome were more inclined to wear multiple rings of varied materials and designs on their hands without the constraints of social classes. Roman Glass Roman jewelry has been described as an amalgamation of Eastern and Etruscan jewelry styles. Combining the use of colored stones favored in the East with manipulated goldwork typical of Etruscan jewelry. The Romans greatly favored the use of stone and glass in their jewelry, and expanded the Hellenistic tradition by foc