Egyptian Electrum Stirrup Ring/ New Kingdom Dyn 8, 1550-1307 BC. The plain hoop solid-cast, rounded on the interior and exterior, the flat oval bezel engraved with a standing figure of Bes facing right, his head turned back, holding a tambourine, a nfr sign below  in. (2.3 cm.) long; ring size 6¾.

Egyptian Electrum Stirrup Ring/ New Kingdom Dyn BC. The plain hoop solid-cast, rounded on the interior and exterior, the flat oval bezel engraved with a standing figure of Bes facing right, his head turned back, holding a tambourine.

Khepermaatre Ramesses X (also written Ramses and Rameses) (ruled c. 1111 BC – 1107 BC)[1] was the ninth ruler of the 20th dynasty of Ancient Egypt. His birth name was Amonhirkhepeshef. It is uncertain if his reign was 3 or 4 Years - signet ring of Ramesses X.

Khepermaatre Ramesses X (also written Ramses and Rameses) (ruled c. 1111 BC – 1107 was the ninth ruler of the dynasty of Ancient Egypt. It is uncertain if his reign was 3 or 4 Years - signet ring of Ramesses X.

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An Egyptian Electrum gold ring late period, Dynasty XXIX-XXX, circa BC. The rectangular bezel finely engraved with two lines of hieroglyphs reading, for the Bearer of the Standard of Horus of Edfu, give protection to Hakoris.

AN EGYPTIAN RED-GLAZED STEATITE SCARAB -  NEW KINGDOM, DYNASTY XVIII-XX, 1550-1070 B.C. The beetle summarily detailed, the underside with hippopotamus-headed Taweret, holding a knife before her, a sa-sign (protection) below, enclosed within a line border; mounted as a swivel ring in a modern gold setting.

AN EGYPTIAN RED-GLAZED STEATITE SCARAB - NEW KINGDOM, DYNASTY XVIII-XX, 1550-1070 B.C. The beetle summarily detailed, the underside with hippopotamus-headed Taweret, holding a knife before her, a sa-sign (protection) below, enclosed within a line border; mounted as a swivel ring in a modern gold setting.

AN EGYPTIAN GOLD FINGER RING PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, 304-30 B.C. | Christie's

An ancient Egyptian gold ring engraved in hieroglyphs with the names of an amuletic series of deities: 'Amen-Re, Horus, Thoth, Senbet'.

A GREEK ELECTRUM FINGER RING   CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.   Stirrup-shaped, flattened at one end, the plain hoop bevelled on the interior, rounded on the exterior, the pointed oval bezel bevelled on the underside, the upper surface engraved with a three-quarter frontal head of a bearded man with curly hair, furrowed beard, large almond-shaped eyes and down-turned mustache, an astragalos (knucklebone) in the field below

A GREEK ELECTRUM FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C. Stirrup-shaped, flattened at one end, the plain hoop bevelled on the interior, rounded on the exterior, the pointed oval bezel bevelled on the underside, the upper surface engraved with a three-quarter frontal head of a bearded man with curly hair, furrowed beard, large almond-shaped eyes and down-turned mustache, an astragalos (knucklebone) in the field below

Signet ring of a priest of Horus[...] Ankhwennefer  Period: Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty 26–29 Date: 664–332 B.C. Geography: Egypt Medium: Gold

Signet ring of a priest of Horus Ankhwennefer Period: Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty Date: B.

Signet Ring: Queen seated in front of Amun :       Historical Dating: Amanishakheto     Sudan (country)  Meroe (Location)  Pyramid N6 (district)    gold

Signet Ring: Queen seated in front of Amun : Historical Dating: Amanishakheto Sudan (country) Meroe (Location) Pyramid (district) gold

Pair of Etruscan earrings with female headsC. mid-5th century B.C.Height: 1 in. (2.54 cm.), gold.Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas.

Pair of Etruscan earrings with female heads. Middle of the century BCE. Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas

AN EGYPTIAN GOLD STIRRUP RING   New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII,1353-1335 B.C. The massive stirrup-shaped ring cast with a plain hoop, rounded on the interior and exterior, rising to the high shoulders, the bezel with a scene of a solar disk flanked by cobras, each wearing the White Crown of Upper Egypt, the seated figure of Akhenaten below wearing the Red Crown of Lower Egypt fronted by a uraeus,

Period: New Kingdom, Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Location: Lower Egypt Materials: Gold Reason: An Egyptian Gold Stirrup Ring

Ring with device showing Shu upholding a divine bark, and in interstices the signs for "Good God," "Lord of the Two Lands," and "Menkheperre"  Period: Third Intermediate Period–Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty 25-26 Date: ca. 750–650 B.C.

Egypt Ring with device showing Shu upholding a divine bark, and in interstices the signs for "Good God," "Lord of the Two Lands," and "Menkheperre" Period: Third Intermediate Period–Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty Date: ca.

Gold bracelet belonging to Pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC); New Kingdom (19th dynasty). Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt

Gold bracelet belonging to Pharaoh Ramses II BCE); New Kingdom dynasty). Egyptian Museum in Cairo

Ring of Priest Sienamun  Period: Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty 26 Date: 664–525 B.C. Geography: Egypt Medium: Gold

Ring of Priest Sienamun Period: Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty 26 Date:

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