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Rare Anglo-Saxon gold ring, featured on a new BBC archaeology programme, is to go on display at Berkeley Castle, century.

Anglo-Saxon horse head part of the Saxon hoard found in Staffordshire - 2 inches tall

Anglo-Saxon horse head part of the Saxon hoard found in Staffordshire - 2 inches tall - Investors Europe Stock Brokers Gibraltar

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Anglo-Saxon Gold and Jet Pendant Circa century AD. A gold pendant frame with filigree and granulated border and ribbed suspension loop enclosing an elliptical carved jet panel with concentric boss design. Gold and jet, grams, 33 mm. Very fine condition.

Viking gold ring; oval face with central garnet cabochon surrounded by a pair of emerald cabochons, all highlighted with fine granulation, the gold granules surrounding the cabochons and perimeter of the face, as well as arranged in triangular motifs for additional interest. Perhaps intended as a swivel ring; however, swivel does not rotate 360 degrees. Viking women (and men) wore precious jewelry such as this example as a symbol of status. //  found in Britain, ca. 9th to 12th centuries CE.

Viking, Northern Europe, found in Britain, ca. to centuries CE. A Viking high karat k) gold ring with elaborate oval face that is adorned with an inset central garnet cabochon surrounded by a pair of emerald cabochons, all highlighted with fi

Clavendier (Belt Hook), c. 1400 Netherlands, Gothic period, late 14th century silver, gilded silver, champlevé enamel, Overall

Clavendier (Belt Hook) - Silver, gilded silver, and champlevé enamel - Bears the enameled coat of arms of the family of Zuylen (van) d’Anholt - late century-early century

Celtic: This silver brooch was found in Galway, #Ireland, in 1854. Dating from circa 8th - 9th centuries CE, it is similar to a number of Pictish brooches from #Scotland.

Open-Ring Brooch

Open Ring Brooch, early Pictish or Irish; Found near Galway, Ireland Silver with amber insets.for me tartan. Also called a penannular pin.

Sapphire Ring Unearthed in York Field May Have Been Royal (Yorkshire Post)

Gold and sapphire finger ring, found by a metal detectorist in York and just purchased by the Yorkshire Museum; almost certainly belonged to Anglo-Saxon or Viking royalty, very senior clergy or a leading member of the Anglo-Saxon aristocracy

Anglo-Saxon necklace, British Museum.

Anglo-Saxon necklace, British Museum.

9c silver disc brooch, late Anglo-Saxon.

century brooch from Britain with knot-work designs. Something Artemis might have fastened his mantle/cloak with in his early days.

Anglo-Saxon Gold Beast Pendant 9th Century ADA triangular gold pendant with slightly convex edges and integral cast loop; the outer edges notched; the central keyed field with reserved beast in...

Anglo-Saxon Gold Beast Pendant 9th Century ADA triangular gold pendant with slightly convex edges and integral cast loop; the outer edges notched; the central keyed field with reserved beast in...

550-600 AD. Whorl-Shaped Brooch Silver-gilt, glass paste, remnant of iron pin Dimensions: Overall: 1 1/4 x 3/8 in. (3.2 x 1 cm). There is a pair of these.

Whorl-Shaped Brooch Silver-gilt, glass paste, remnant of iron pin Dimensions: Overall: 1 x in. x 1 cm).

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