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Roman Gold Woman's Ring w/ Incised Decoration, 3.8 g

Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 2nd to 4th century CE. A simple yet elegant ring, intended for wear by a high-status woman, comprised of 88% gold (equivalent to 21K+ gold) with a thick composition and nearly-uniform edges. The exterior surface is adorned with two outer borders of impressed dots which enclose a central register of impressed bars made up of two tightly-grouped dots each. A fashionable example of high-class Roman gold artistry! Size: 0.625" Diameter (1.6 cm); quality of gold: 88% (equivalent to 21K+); total weight: 3.8 grams; US ring size 6.

Condition: Wearable as shown. Very slight bending to overall form, minor abrasions, and light wear to impressed motifs, otherwise intact and very good. Light earthen deposits within some impressed areas.

Provenance: private East Coast, USA collection

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