Gold finger ring: the hoop enriched with plaited and cable wire bands, the shoulders chased with lotus-like flowers in high relief, and ornamented with pellets and applied wire scrolls. The bezel is a broad flat quatrefoil, with five cabochon crystals in plain raised settings; between them are applied trefoils, and round the edge is a plaited border.
- Made in: Java
- Width: 3.5 centimetres (at widest point)
- Height: 3.1 centimetres (bezel)
- Depth: 2.7 centimetres (bezel to back of hoop)
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Object reference number: RRI40549
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