Oval gem with Kassandra kneeling at Palladion
Intaglio. Image carved on convex side. Set in modern gold bezel and loop ring. Kassandra, nude except for a garment draped over her right thigh and upper arm, kneels before a statuette of armed Athena (the Trojan Palladion). She bows her head and holds a branch in her left hand, while clasping the image of Athena with her right. Her hair flows down her neck and shoulders in waves; she wears a laurel wreath. Her torso is rendered in three-quarters view, while the head and legs are in profile.
A ROMAN RED JASPER RING STONE
A ROMAN RED JASPER RING STONE CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D. The flat oval stone engraved with a bird in profile to the left standing on a branch; mounted as a ring in a modern gold setting
Gnostic intaglio ring
Rare Gnostic / magical / carved gem,intaglio of a "double Typhon" Ptolemaic era Alexandria ca 100 A.D. The ring is from a later date, high carat unmarked. Measurement of bezel:20 x 16 mm
A ROMAN GOLD AND CARNELIAN FINGER RING CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. The thin hoop rounded on the interior and exterior, expanding slightly where it merges with the broad oval bezel, set with a flat stone engraved with an eagle and a mouse within a naiskos supported on spirally-fluted columns, the eagle holding a sheaf of wheat
Scarab (Getty Museum)
Scarab; Unknown; Etruria; 4th century B.C.; Scarab: cornelian; ring: gold; 0.8 × 1.5 × 1.1 cm (5/16 × 9/16 × 7/16 in.); 81.AN.76.169; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Villa Collection, Malibu, California; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States
Tooth pendant set in gold | Etruscan | Late Classical | The Met
This pendant was originally strung on a necklace with garnet stars, bullae and pendants, which were modern and have been removed.