Silver finger ring, constructed from a convex band tapering at both ends to flattened wires which join together in a spiral knot; their extremities tightly wound round the hoop on either side of this. The hammered band is punched with two opposing rows of identical triangular stamps enclosing three relief pellets each.

An00024229 001 l

Thing

Made Of
silver
Type of Thing
finger-ring
Techniques
punched, hammered

Place

Found In
Bolton, East Yorkshire
Made In
England

Time

Acquired In
2002
Made
10thC(early), 9thC(late)
Period/Culture
Viking

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