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A LARGE ROMAN AGATE RING STONE - JULIO-CLAUDIAN, CIRCA LATE 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. | Christie's

A LARGE ROMAN AGATE RING STONE - JULIO-CLAUDIAN, CIRCA LATE 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. | Christie's

ROMAN GOLD WEDDING RING WITH A BLUE AGATE CAMEO OF TWO CLASPED HANDS, 1st century A.D.

Late Hellenistic blue agate cameo of two clasped hands set into an antique gold ring. With the Greek inscription: OMONOIA (together). The bezel with a braided wire surround; the shank with applied beading. A rare use of an agate cameo.

Sello del vidrio romano que representa una ménade

A rare black glass bracelet in the form of a Celtic torc with open terminals and twisted decoration around the body. Roman, probably Gaul, Century AD

Two cornucopiae above a vessel and two ears of corn. Roman ringstone, 30 BC-200 Nicolo onyx. 1,0 x 1,0 cm Inventory number: I165

Two cornucopiae above a vessel and two ears of corn. x cm Inventory number:

Dolphin with a trident. Roman ringstone, 30 BC-200 Nicolo onyx. 0,7 x 0,9 cm Inventory number: I145

Dolphin with a trident. x cm Inventory number:

Jug, decorated in relief, a sacrificial bowl, a sacrificial knife, a bird and an augur's staff. Roman ringstone, 30 BC-200 Nicolo onyx. 1,1 x 1,0 cm Inventory number: I1104

Jug, decorated in relief, a sacrificial bowl, a sacrificial knife, a bird and an augur's staff.

Ring with intaglio portrait of Emperor Tiberius, 14–37 a.d.; Early Imperial. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, The Bothmer Purchase Fund and Lila Acheson Wallace Gift, 1994 (1994.230.7) #noses #Connections

Ring with intaglio portrait of Emperor Tiberius, a. Rings bearing ancestral portraits were widely used in the Republic as personal seals, as both a means of identification and a guarantee against forgery.

Roma

Roman bronze showing the slender head with long muzzle, the ears flattened back, probably a handle terminal. Dated back to II century CE.

Earring Pendant in the form of Eros. 4th- 1st Century BC. Roman or Greek. (Source: The British Museum)

Gold ear-ring pendant in the form of a draped Eros flying to front with his arms raised. A suspension-loop is soldered behind.

Roman hare  Plate brooch in the shape of a hare with translucent blue and green enamel. Gallo-Roman, mid-2nd/3rd century.     From the excavations at Springhead, Kent.

Gallo-Roman Hare Plate bronze brooch with translucent blue and green enamel. From the excavations at Springhead, Kent, UK. © High Speed 1 Ltd.

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