Gold finger-ring with a hoop of bead-and-reel pattern, the beads longitudinally reeded. The bezel is a triple setting, the central element square and the flanking ones circular. All three are set with cabochon almandine garnets.
- Excavated/Findspot: Bealink
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Suffolk,Bealink)
- Diameter: 20.5 millimetres (outer)
- Diameter: 16.7 millimetres (inner)
- Weight: 4.17 grammes
Prehistory and Europe
Gold finger-ring with round loop divided into fluted beads by incised rings placed at intervals; bezel is square setting containing garnet on cabochon flanked on either side by circular setting also containing garnet.
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Object reference number: BCB92003
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