Description: a gold ring with a double-band hoop, a bezel with beaded-wire edges, granules at the shoulders topped with an intaglio carnelian and engraved with an axe, a symbol of legal authority.
Provenance: Comes from a private English collection acquired in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Material: Gold + carnelian
Dating: 1st century BC
Size: 20.46mm x 21.09mm (external) , 17,13mm x 17.81mm (internal) - 2.75 g
Condition: very good condition, see picture
Shipment: DHL, insured and secured shipping.
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Purchased by the present owner at an auction in Harwich, England from a former private collection.
- Ancient Roman
- Number of objects
- ring engraved with an ax, symbol of legal authority.
- 21.01 mm
- Century/ Timeframe
- 1er siècle BC
- Good Condition, See Photo