1st - 3rd century A.D. Ancient Roman Gold Finger Ring Victory Palm

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Seller: wear-the-past (2,720) 97.2%, Location: Bath, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 372646748748 This is a nice ancient Roman gold finger ring, dating to the 1st - 3rd century A.D. The band of the ring widens to form a flat oval bezel, decorated with an incised palm leaf design. The design is reminiscent of the emblem of the Dobunni tribe (displayed on gold staters). It is of a well-known type of ring, being recorded from Cornwall (CORN-437A92), West Midlands (WMID-FA1E7A) and Kent (KENT-2224CA). The palm branch on Roman rings was thought to symbolize Victory, to protect the wearer from malign forces. This example is quite small, so likely originally intended for a child to wear. A poignant little finger ring for a serious collector. OBJECT: Finger RingCULTURE: RomanDATE: c. 1st - 3rd century A.D.MATERIAL: GoldRING SIZE: 1/2 (US) A (UK)SIZE: 11mm x 13 x 5mm (bezel 11mm x 9mm) WEIGHT: 1.5 gramPROVENANCE: Ex. private collection, Munich.This ring is unconditionally guaranteed to be ancient and to date from the period described. A certificate of authenticity will be supplied on request. Provenance: Ex. private collection, Munich., Material: Gold

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