Ten fragments of silver rings of various size and thickness; coated with copper corrosion.
- 5thC (late) (found with coins of this date)
- Made in: Afghanistan
- Excavated/Findspot: Hadda Stupa 10
- (Asia,Afghanistan,Hadda,Hadda Stupa 10)
- Diameter: 23 millimetres (largest)
- Thickness: 3 millimetres (largest)
- Diameter: 17 millimetres (smallest)
- Thickness: 1.5 millimetres (smallest)
From relic deposits 'Box 2', tray South Kensington Museum no.1100/India Museum no.21, for documentation see 1880.3894.a.
Excavated 1st-15th July 1834 (Bombay Political Proceedings 1835, No.3, 15th July).
- 1100 (South Kensington Museum no.)
- 21 (India Museum no.)
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Object reference number: R##45971
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