This is a wonderful example of a Middle Bronze Age coiled finger ring, dating to c. 1500 -1150 B.C. A similar example was found in the Ribble Valley and recorded as LANCUM-A4E905, and NMS-300286. The finger ring is very similar to a number of coiled rings found in a Middle Bronze Age hoard found in Sussex, recorded under SUSS-C5D042. It is similar to Middle to Late Bronze Age coiled bronze finger ring dating to 1500BC, which is part of a Bronze Age hoard discovered a short distance inland from Black Rock, in East Brighton.
This example is in excellent excavated condition, complete with a nice dark olive green patina.
OBJECT: Finger Ring
CULTURE: Middle Bronze Age
DATE: c. 1500 - 1150 B.C.
RING SIZE: 10 (US) T 1/2 (UK)
SIZE: 25mm x 10mm
WEIGHT: 5.1 grams
PROVENANCE: Ex. Private Collection, Somerset
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