Romano-British, 1st-2nd century AD. Gold snake finger-ring, double-headed (Type Bii). The ring has a simple circular-sectioned hoop, terminating in turned-back snake-heads of the standard stylised form. The crossing area of the hoop at the front is covered with a row of three gold bosses surrounded by beaded wire, with small gold globules at the sides.
Gold ring with carved scrolls on the shoulders, the bezel in the form of a quatrefoil cusped setting with a cabochon red stone held by four claws; there are traces of black enamel in the foliate ornament of the cusps. This is a characteristic type of the period, perhaps in the 16th century.
18th century pendant from Spain.
SIX ROMAN GOLD PENDANTS Circa 1st Century A.D. Each of hammered sheet joined to a ribbed suspension loop, their edges decorated with filigree wires, plain, beaded and spiral, some with additional granulated ornament, one with pale green heart-shaped glass in a toothed bezel; one with a temple door in filigree; one with pale blue crescent-shaped glass in a toothed bezel, an inverted pyramidal stack of granulation at each point; one embossed with two standing deities; one with a circular…
Boucle d'oreille en forme de barillet - VIe s av. J.C. - Musée du Louvre etruscan
Rock crystal pendant mounted in enamelled gold, enclosing a miniature on vellum of the head and shoulders of the Virgin Mary, with relics of St. Tranquil set in the back, Spain, ca.1600.