UK Roman Era Bronze Conserved Ring with Red Setting 2nd - 4th Century - Cambs

Original and complete UK found Romano British (2nd - 4th Century AD) copper alloy (bronze) finger ring with an original stone or glass setting. The ring has been carefully cleaned throughout and is in a conserved condition. The ring is still in fine condition (Grade B) and the ring is stable and can be worn. This ring was detected near to the current town of Godmanchester - Cambridgeshire, not far from the Roman town of DVROVIGVTVM and Ermine Street - 2011

. UK Ring Size N1/2, US 7 - @ 3.1 grams – Fine original condition please see images.

All rings originate from private collections from both the UK and Europe . All ring examples are carefully selected and graded (A, B and C please see below) with all carefully cleaned and conserved as required. If a repair has been made, this will be mentioned in the description. Delivery charges are kept to the minimum and are usually 1 st class via Royal Mail.

Grade A – Very fine: with no defects and little band distortion

Grade B – Fine: minimum defects and band distortion

Grade C – Good to fine: with defects as stated in description