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Ancient Classical Greek Ring with a seal engraving of a female head. Ca 450 B.C.
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Ancient Classical Greek Ring with a seal engraving of a female head. Ca 450 B.C.

Ancient Classical Greek Ring with a seal engraving of a female head. Ca 450 B.C.

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Ancient Classical Greek Ring with a seal engraving of a female head. Size of bezel 16 x 13 mm.

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A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY BC The plain hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding toward the circular bezel, engraved with a fly 1 in. (2.5 cm.) high;
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A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY BC The plain hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding toward the circular bezel, engraved with a fly 1 in. (2.5 cm.) high;

A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY BC The plain hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding toward the circular bezel, engraved with a fly 1 in. (2.5 cm.) high;
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MEROVINGIAN, 8TH CENTURY GEMSTONE RING SET WITH AN INTAGLIO WITH A GRAZING HORSE gold, set with a carnelian
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MEROVINGIAN, 8TH CENTURY GEMSTONE RING SET WITH AN INTAGLIO WITH A GRAZING HORSE gold, set with a carnelian

MEROVINGIAN, 8TH CENTURY GEMSTONE RING SET WITH AN INTAGLIO WITH A GRAZING HORSE gold, set with a carnelian
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Greek, Ring with dancing maenad, 400-300 BC (source).
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ancientart: “Golden rings of the ancient world: examples from Rome, Greece and Egypt. The Roman ring in the form of a snake dates to the century AD.

I can't quite make out what it is supposed to depict, but I like the almost ghost like quality of it.

Greek, Ring with dancing maenad, 400-300 BC (source).

Greek, Ring with dancing maenad, 400-300 BC (source).
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This ring, a rare survivor from first- or second-century Rome, depicts the head of Cupid in high-carat gold. The dealer describes Cupid here as a “chubby mischievous infant,” but, honestly, the little guy scares the hell outta me.
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creepy/ amazing Ancient Roman gold ring-great website -oh if I had a lot of…

This yellow gold “Scorpion” necklace, ca. was created by Italian designer Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co. The necklace, which is formed of interlocking segments, has a detachable tail, so…

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This ring, a rare survivor from first- or second-century Rome, depicts the head of Cupid in high-carat gold. The dealer describes Cupid here as a “chubby mischievous infant,” but, honestly, the little guy scares the hell outta me.

This ring, a rare survivor from first- or second-century Rome, depicts the head of Cupid in high-carat gold. The dealer describes Cupid here as a “chubby mischievous infant,” but, honestly, the little guy scares the hell outta me.
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A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C. The plain hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding toward the circular bezel, engraved with a fly
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The plain hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding toward the circular bezel, engraved with a fly

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A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C. The plain hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding toward the circular bezel, engraved with a fly

A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING   CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.   The plain hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding toward the circular bezel, engraved with a fly
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A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING                                                                                                                                                                       CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.

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