Royal finger rings from anglo-saxon England belonging to King Ethelwulf and his daughter Queen Ethelswith A. Anéis reais de Inglaterra anglo-saxã pertencentes ao rei Ethelwulf e sua filha Rainha Ethelswith AD
Manuscript Case Date: first half century Culture: French Medium: Tortoise Shell and ivory Dimensions: Overall: 4 x 3 x 1 in. x x cm) Classification: Ivories Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Manuscript Case
Anglo-Saxon Gold Beast Pendant, Century ADA triangular gold pendant with slightly convex edges and integral cast loop; the outer edges notched; the central keyed field with reserved beast in Trewhiddle Style with returned twisted tail;
Beautiful pictures of Queen Elizabeth I’s secret locket ring. It wasn’t discovered until her death that the ring opened up to reveal two portraits of her and her mother Queen Anne Boleyn. Love this time period an the Tudors!
Viking Gold Ring ~ With punched triangles Circa century AD . A cast finger ring with expanding hoop and raised median band, the outer face impressed with punchmarks, each a triangle with pellets in the corners.
Gold Finger Ring -- Belonged to Æthelswith the queen of Mercia and sister of Alfred the Great. She was also the daughter of Æthelwulf, who owned the ring . The ring was found in 1991 when a farmer was plowing in Northeastern England.
Gold and sapphire finger ring, found by a metal detectorist in York and just purchased by the Yorkshire Museum; almost certainly belonged to Anglo-Saxon or Viking royalty, very senior clergy or a leading member of the Anglo-Saxon aristocracy
(this looks so bizarrely contemporary - influence of Roman jewellery on contemporary practice, or limited new ideas?) A Roman finger ring in gold belonging to an armourer in the XXIInd Legion, century AD.
Gold Sea Horse from the Staffordshire Hoard (VIIè et VIIIè s), the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found. In excess of separate items were discovered in a Staffordshire, England field in July of
COIN FROM EDWARD THE CONFESSOR'S REIGN / Edward the Confessor, son of Æthelred the Unready and Emma of Normandy, was one of the last Anglo-Saxon kings of England and is usually regarded as the last king of the House of Wessex, ruling from 1042 to
AN ANGLO SAXON GOLD AND GARNET FINGER RING Circa Century A. The hoop a sheet strap ornamented with wire ropes framed by beaded wire, joined to the underside of the tapering square box bezel, set with a foil-backed garnet in.