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Viking man's ring, estimated at $3,500-$4,000 at Jasper52.

Viking and Gothic jewelry for modern wear will sell in New York July 10

NEW YORK — Jasper52 brings a stunning collection of more than 200 pieces of Viking and Gothic jewelry to market at 2PM July 10 exclusively at LiveAuctioneers. The complete collection is now available to browse and bid right here.

The first highlight is a size-11.25 Viking man’s ring with a professional refurbishment to the 24-karat gold surface. The results are stunning and would make a fine presentation to a loved one or client. The ring is estimated at $3,500-$4,000.

This Viking woman warrior’s bracelet has been dated to the 850-1050 AD period of exploration and conquest. This example accords with the examples found in Viking woman warriors’ burials, which are typically broken in two as part of the funerary ritual. Being complete, it was likely lost by the owner, perhaps in battle. It carries a presale estimate of $1,000-$1,250.

The Viking warrior’s shield ring dating to the 10th century AD is sized 10.5. Made from gilt bronze, it features the well-known Viking motif of numerous punched holes. The ring is estimated at $850-$1,000.