A seal ring, 20th century, streak tests at 14K yellow gold, set with an intaglio (sardonyx or glass paste), 18th or 19th century, bearing a scene of Hebe (Juventas), cupbearer to the gods of Olympus, pouring nectar to Zeus/Jupiter, represented by the eagle.
A roman ring set with a carnelian c. cent A.D :The flat oval stone engraved with an eagle standing upon an altar, its head turned back, a laurel wreath in its beak, a caduceus to the right; mounted as a ring in a modern gold setting
Jewelry Auction - Nov 30th 2016 - Republican Roman gold ring with cornelian intaglio of Fortuna Gubernatrix, goddess of fate, commerce, bounty. A superb large Republican Roman hollow gold ring set with a large elliptical red cornelian carved in intaglio with an image of Fortuna Gubernatrix, Goddess of Fate, Commerce, and Bounty, patron of Shipping and Industry. Estimate: $15,000 - $18,000. This and more important ancient art for sale on CuratorsEye.com
Gold finger-ring. Hoop composed of three beaded wires soldered together and expanding at the shoulders; the shoulders are decorated with double spirals of beaded wire. The bezel is in the form of an oval box setting containing a nicolo paste intaglio which depicts Bellerophon riding on Pegasus and thrusting a spear into the lion-mouth of the Chimaera. Romano-British - 4thC