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Medieval garnet and turquoise finger ring, circa 1250-1450 AD.


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Medieval garnet and turquoise finger ring. Set with one oval table cut garnet in a closed back quatrefoil shaped setting and one oval cabochon turquoise in a closed back quatrefoil shaped setting, to a double bezel design, with smoothly conforming integrated broad shoulders which taper through to a D-shape shank. Tested yellow gold, circa 1250-1450 AD.

Accompanied by documentation stating that this piece was found at Barnham Broom, Norfolk, whilst metal detecting on 3rd September 2017; reference NMS-2087B3 under the Portable Antiquities Scheme; disclaimed as Treasure under the Treasure Act, reference 2017 T861.

For further examples of Medieval double bezel design rings, see the Portable Antiquities Scheme database numbers: YORYM-DE9DA0, SWYOR-5BD3C6, SWYOR-61ADFC and LEIC-734E08.

Ring size guide: K

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Medieval garnet and turquoise finger ring, circa 1250-1450 AD.
Medieval garnet and turquoise finger ring. Set with one oval table cut garnet in a closed back quatrefoil shaped setting and one oval cabochon turquoise in a closed back quatrefoil shaped setting, to a double bezel design, with smoothly conforming integrated broad shoulders which taper through to a D-shape shank. Tested yellow gold, circa 1250-1450 AD. Accompanied by documentation stating that this piece was found at Barnham Broom, Norfolk, whilst metal detecting on 3rd September 2017; reference NMS-2087B3 under the Portable Antiquities Scheme; disclaimed as Treasure under the Treasure Act, reference 2017 T861. For further examples of Medieval double bezel design rings, see the Portable Antiquities Scheme database numbers: YORYM-DE9DA0, SWYOR-5BD3C6, SWYOR-61ADFC and LEIC-734E08.
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