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MEDIEVAL SILVER RING WITH "DRAGON" EYE

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Ca. 900 AD. Substantial Scandinavian bronze ring; oval hoop forming elliptical-shaped bezel; decorated as stylized Dragon eye. Powerful mythological symbol, associated with the dragon Fafnir. Good condition, wearable; D:22mm/L:24mm; UK Z; US12 ;2g; Provenance: Important London collection of Ancient art; formed in 1970s then passed by descent.
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MEDIEVAL SILVER RING WITH "DRAGON" EYE

Estimate £150 - £250Feb 01, 2020
Starting Price £100
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