Roman Bronze Finger Ring 'Angular Wave' Design

Code: 10376    

£85.00
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This is a nice late Roman bronze finger ring, dating to the 4th - 5th century A.D. The ring has a neatly-applied 'angular wave' design formed from alternating V-shaped notches. The ring is closely paralleled by another copper-alloy example from a grave in the Butt Road cemetery site, Colchester, dated c. AD 320 - c. AD 450 (Crummy 1981, 47-8, Fig. 50, no. 1766). Similar examples have been recorded LON-54D7E1, ESS-854445 and WMID-9E94F2. This ring has survived in very good excavated condition, suitable to be worn again today! 

OBJECT: Finger Ring

CULTURE: Roman

DATE: c. 4th - 5th century A.D.

MATERIAL: Bronze

RING SIZE:   5 (US)    J 1/2 (UK)

SIZE: 19.89mm x 18.32mm x 2.73mm

WEIGHT: 1.8 grams

PROVENANCE: Ex. Private collection Colchester, Essex.

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