A ring with a circular bezel divided into four with a fine beaded wire framing four collared settings of glass beads.

The hoop is partly flattened and distorted. It shows rare evidence of a personal belonging from the middle stratum of society below the aristocracy but above the peasant or similar craftsman level.

Provenance

Found in Abingdon, Oxfordshire and declared Treasure in 2002.


Abingdon County Hall Museum

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