Copper alloy ring, with five settings arranged as a cross, containing three blue stones and two white ones.
- 1280-1356 (circa)
- Excavated/Findspot: Faccombe Netherton, context 919
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Hampshire,Faccombe Netherton)
- Diameter: 20.7 millimetres
- Weight: 1.5 grammes
Prehistory and Europe
- 30 (copper alloy catalogue)
- 540 (small find number)
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Object reference number: BCE165204
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