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Gold ring with inscription in openwork (Ivy leaf) ANIMA DVLCIS VIVAS MECV (May you live with me sweet soul). Late Roman, 4th century AD.

Roman Snake Ring - Solid-gold bracelets and rings in the form of snakes were among the most popular objects in Greek and Roman jewelry. The snakes symbolize fertility and were intended to ward off evil. Roman, 1st century

16 Roman gold rings, c. 1st century B.C.-3rd century A.D., set with emeralds, garnet, carnelian and jasper (some engraved)

A ROMAN GOLD, GREEN CHALCEDONY AND DIAMOND RING CIRCA 3RD-4TH CENTURY A.D. The solid gold hoop angled at the shoulders, with a square bezel set with cabochon green chalcedony, each shoulder with domed terminal each set with an uncut diamond 1 in. (2.5 cm.) wide

CLERCQ ROMAN OCTAHEDRAL DIAMOND RING Roman Empire, second half of the 3rd century to early 4th century AD Gold and rough diamond, from the Benjamin Zucker Family Collection. The 2nd largest known surviving rough #Roman #diamond ring!