Jaana Oljakka

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Eipä uskoisi että jokin terveellinen voisi olla näin hyvää ja suorastaan koukuttavaa kuin tämä siemennäkkäri. Muutaman kerran olen tehn...

Eipä uskoisi että jokin terveellinen voisi olla näin hyvää ja suorastaan koukuttavaa kuin tämä siemennäkkäri. Muutaman kerran olen tehn...

A pair of Roman gold and garnet African head earrings 2

A pair of Roman gold and garnet African head earrings 2

The ’Sture ring’ is said to be the betrothal ring of Sten Sture the younger, that led the Swedish army in the war with the Danes, and Kristina Gyllenstierna. They married in 1511The ring is made from gold, with enamel and several different gemstones. Inside the ring, which can be divided, there is a miniature gold skeleton – a symbol of death. creepy, but interesting~

The ’Sture ring’ is said to be the betrothal ring of Sten Sture the younger, that led the Swedish army in the war with the Danes, and Kristina Gyllenstierna.

Roman Gold 4th Legion Flavia Felix Ring, 1st-2nd Century AD A broad openwork gold hoop with beaded wire borders, filigree loops enclosing cast D-section letters ‘LEGIIIIFF’ for Legio IIII Flavia Felix. The Legio Quarta Flavia Felix (“Lucky Fourth Legion of Flavia”), was a unit of the Imperial Roman army, founded in 70 AD by Vespasian (r. 69-79) from the remnants of the Legio IV Macedonica disbanded after the Batavian revolt. The legion was active in Moesia Superior until the early 5th CE

Roman Gold Legion Flavia Felix Ring, Century ADA broad openwork gold hoop with beaded wire borders, filigree loops enclosing cast D-section letters ‘LEGIIIIFF’ for Legio IIII Flavia Felix. The Legio Quarta Flavia Felix (“Lucky Fourth.

ROMAN GOLD OPENWORK RING Circa 3rd-4th century AD. A gold openwork finger ring formed with two bands of ropework filigree connected by a continuous double-looped wire. Gold

A gold openwork finger ring formed with two bands of ropework filigree connected by a continuous double-looped wire.

Chainmaille Tutorials

Chainmaille Tutorials