Finger-ring; gold; massive, thick hoop with interlace wire design on the exterior; three tiered lozenge-shaped bezel set with garnets, except for three stones on the lower tier which are rubies; decorated with wirework and pellets.
- 15thC (?)
- Length: 2.3 inches (bezel)
Text from Dalton 1912, Catalogue of Finger Rings:
This may be a pontifical ring intended to be worn over gloves.
Some stones missing.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCM5413
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