A gold finger ring with gold cloisonne enamel bezel, filigree and granules.
Gold and enamel ring by Anglo-Saxon, 10th century
© Market Hall Museum
- Gold & enamel Dimensions: Diameter: 2.2 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £7,937 ( Total: £22,500)
- Acquired in:
- Department for Culture, Media and Sport
The bezel consists of a gold-walled disc filled with four fine-walled cells of opaque white enamel petals against a semi-translucent green glass background. The quality of the cloisonne is high. The work is probably continental, of Ottonian origin.
Found by Mr J. Cahill in October 2001 with a metal detector on land near Warwick; declared Treasure.
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