Saxon five bar braided ring, circa 6th-9th century AD.

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Saxon five bar braided ring. A smoothly conforming yellow gold ring composed of five twisted gold wires of varying sizes, joined together with a broad beaten gold plaque, approximately 8mm in width. Tested yellow gold, approximately 7g in weight, circa 6th-9th century AD.

The twisted bands of this ring, each wound in the opposite direction, create a chevron or herringbone effect which was particularly favoured by the Saxons. This ring is very fine in its detail and is in excellent condition, commensurate with its age.

Ring size guide: N

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