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Cambridgeshire, England, 9th-11th century AD. Silvered bronze, size 3 ½ for wear on the small finger as was the custom. 2.6-3.5 width band with low rounded face. Vikings exchanged rings on the pommel of the groom’s sword.  Made with a core filling the inside which distributed the flowing metal and allowed for slower cooling. The core was then laboriously removed by hand and the inside of the ring was polished. Remnants of the core are evident inside the ring. Surface textured overall from burial. Professionally refurbished with the silver overlay restored. Jewelry gift boxed with a certificate of authenticity.
Stock Number: B5880


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