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Elizabeth I's locket ring, taken from her hand on upon her death in 1603, with a double portrait of herself and, probably, her mother, Anne Boleyn. (onthetudortrail.com)

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ROMAN CAMEO 1ST-3RD CE Intaglio of Julia, daughter of Titus. Aquamarine (2nd half of 1st CE) signed Evodos. Carolingian frame (9th) surrounded by 9 sapphires and 6 pearls. Bibliotheque Nat.,Cabinet des Medailles, Paris, France

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Gold finger ring. Decoration on the bezel consists of a griffin with open wings, rendered in the cloisonne technique, where the metal cells are filled with glass. Tholos tomb of Kapakli, Volos, 15th cent. BC.

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Bronze mirror stand Bronze, Greek, Classical ca. 460–450 B.C. The combination and placement of elements in such elaborate classical mirrors produce an architectural effect. The woman stands on a base with three bovine feet. Above her hover two erotes. Foxes and hares course around the circumference of the mirror disk, and a sphinx keeps watch at the top. The selection of motifs is conventional.

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Late Anglo-Saxon period. The ring is of a type that is associated with the Vikings, and was popular during the 9th and 10th centuries AD.

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