A MEDIEVAL GOLD AND TOURMALINE FINGER RING CIRCA LATE 12TH-13TH CENTURY A.D. The plain hoop, round in section, joined to the underside of an irregularly-shaped box bezel, the sides embellished with diagonal rows of punched diamonds, set with a cabochon tourmaline, secured by three small prongs
Roman Gold Ring having a flat band decorated with beaded filigree supporting a large square bezel with oval raised filigree mount set with a carved gem stone intaglio, showing Mars. Dating to the 2nd Century CE
Ring and earrings gold ring set with square and a mint green peridot intaglio and engraved with a fish pendant, also square, are set with glass paste same color as the ring, the below, hanging beads electrum, Roman Egypt, circa first century, A.D.