A ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS RING CIRCA CENTURY CENTURY A. The hollow rounded hoop widening to the shoulders and a stepped oval bezel set with an oval banded green, white and blue glass intaglio with a standing draped maenad with thrysus 1 in.
A ROMAN GOLD AND CARNELIAN FINGER RING CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. The plain hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding to the broad shoulders, the high oval bezel with a flanged border, set with a flat oval stone engraved with a bust of Isis in profile to the left, wearing a diminutive Egyptian crown, her coiffure arranged in plaits falling to her shoulders, holding a staff in her raised right hand 7/8 in. (2.2 cm.) long
Thracian gold ring depicting a rower, likely dated to the century BCE. It was found in the “Svetica” mound, close to Kazanluk, Bulgaria. The ring is currently located in the National Archaeological Museum of Sofia.