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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 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 Nicolo Intaglio of Aphrodite, ca 1st century BC, set in an antique (Victorian) pendant

A Roman Nicolo Intaglio of Aphrodite, ca century BC, set in an antique (Victorian) pendant

A roman ring set with a carnelian c. 1st 2nd 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

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

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

Round gem with Triton and Nereid | Roman, Late Republican Period, about 40–30 B.C.

Round gem with Triton and Nereid Roman, Late Republican Period, about 4030 B.

Early 19 nth century high carat gold ring set with a carnelian intaglio from second century A.D.depicting Septimius Severus (146 -211) a Roman general, and Roman Emperor from 193 to 211.

Early 19 nth century high carat gold ring set with a carnelian intaglio from second century A.depicting Septimius Severus a Roman general, and Roman Emperor from 193 to

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

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

This is an ancient Roman hardstone intaglio, dating to the 2nd century A.D. It bears a fine portrait of a bearded philosopher, identified as Socrates. Such an intaglio would have been set within a gold or silver finger ring, used to seal documents and letters by an educated Roman citizen. It has survived in good excavated condition, slight chip behind his head, but with jasper being quite soft, chipping is quite common. Today this gem is suitable for remounting within a gold ring,..

Ancient Roman Jasper Intaglio of Socrates c.

Red carnelian. Intaglio. Slightly convex front, convex back; set in modern mount. Theseus is depicted nude, in profile right. He stands with his weight on his right leg and his left leg is relaxed, with the knee slightly bent. He bends his head to study a sheathed sword clasped before him with both hands; the right grips the bottom of the scabbard, while the left reaches out to grasp the scabbard below the hilt of the sword, near the strap. A shield lies on the ground before him, decorated…

Oval gem with Theseus examining his father's sword

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