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EMERALD INTAGLIO RING. The rectangular emerald intaglio carved with an inscription bordered by decorative elements, probably Islam, 19th Century

The rectangular emerald intaglio carved with an inscription borderd by decorative elements, measuring approximately by by mm., within a silver and gold mounting engraved with flowers and scrolls, mounting Islamic, Century

Ring with a bas relief of Louis XII of France, early 19th century, rubelite tourmaline and gold ring with two white enamel fleurs-de-lys on the shank, the bezel has a gold back-plate.

An early nineteenth-century gold, tourmaline and enamel ring with a bas relief of Louis XII of France, with two white enamel fleurs-de-lys (symbols of France) on the shank. (Royal Collection) Z

Gem stones: Mogul Mughal Emerald

Carved Mughal Emerald-The Glory of Indian Craftsmanship carat Carved Mughal Emerald c. AD Featured above is once such exhibit of master craftsmanship, a carat Carved Mughal Emerald c.

South India | Deccani thumb ring; gold, enamel and gem-set | ca. 17th / 18th century | Est. 80'000 - 90'000£ ~ (Apr '08)

From South India : Deccani thumb ring; gold, enamel and gem-set / century

Alexandra Abraham

three bangles encrusted with found materials including old coins, buttons, vintage jewellery, Venetian glass Alexandra Abraham

Univers Mininga

Africa Collection of Tuareg 'crosses' and amulets Silver, silver tone metal Collection Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren.

An Anglo Saxon ring found by a friend in an English garden. The stone is a Roman intaglio showing Mars; the body probably a 8th Century brooch; and the shaft a 10th C addition .

An Anglo Saxon ring found by a friend in an English garden. The stone is a Roman intaglio showing Mars; the body probably a Century brooch; and the shaft a C addition .

Roman Amethyst Intaglio of a Girl Riding a Sea Monster, 1st Century BC/AD

Roman Amethyst Intaglio of a Girl Riding a Sea Monster, Century BC/ADThis was possibly made by the master carver Dioscurides, who was the favorite gem carver of the Emperor Augustus.

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