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A Roman gold and jasper intaglio ring. Circa 1st Century A.D.

A Roman gold and jasper intaglio ring. Circa Century A.

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RING STONE  Circa 1st Century A.D.  The convex oval stone engraved with a Circus scene, with four teams racing around the spina, one quadriga above, three below, the spina with metae, an obelisk and other structures; mounted as a ring in a modern gold setting ½ in. (1.3 cm.) long; ring size 8¾

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RING STONE Circa 1st Century A.D. The convex oval stone engraved with a Circus scene, with four teams racing around the spina, one quadriga above, three below, the spina with metae, an obelisk and other structures; mounted as a ring in a modern gold setting ½ in. (1.3 cm.) long; ring size 8¾

A Roman gold and carnelian intaglio ring  Circa 2nd-3rd Century A.D. The oval ringstone engraved with a standing profile figure of Fortuna holding a cornucopia, set in a Roman gold ring

A second-to-third-century AD Roman gold and carnelian intaglio ring engraved with the figure of the goddess Fortuna, holding a cornucopia, symbol of natural abundance.

A ROMAN GOLD AND GREEN JASPER INTAGLIO RING CIRCA 4TH-5TH CENTURY A.D.  The flat hoop widening to the high oval bezel, set with intaglio with a victorious bearded nimbate and radiate emperor, wearing tunic, holding right hand aloft, an orb with cross in his left hand, driving a facing quadriga, all four horses rearing up. Intaglio.

A ROMAN GOLD AND GREEN JASPER INTAGLIO RING CIRCA 4TH-5TH CENTURY A.D. The flat hoop widening to the high oval bezel, set with intaglio with a victorious bearded nimbate and radiate emperor, wearing tunic, holding right hand aloft, an orb with cross in his left hand, driving a facing quadriga, all four horses rearing up. Intaglio.

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