Item 37 Sterling Silver Lion torc ring
Gold lion jewelry has been found in numerous burial site treasures throughout the Greek empire. Similar silver and bronze jewellery from between the 4th and the 2nd century B.C. also have been found, although these are more rarely in preserved condition owing to the faster oxidating properties of these metals.
Using a number of researched ancient Greek and Minoan hand-made processes (unseen by silver and goldsmiths in Western Europe or America), our workshop offers immaculate historical reproduction pieces that are enjoyed by enthusiasts today worldwide.
It renders the attributes of design and decoration of similar gold and silver artifacts from the period mentionned and is 100% hand made from sterling silver with many processes similar to jewelry of its time. This is what makes the design an overall authentic reproduction, completely true to prorotype museum artifacts.
The ring comes only in one size. As it is open ended it can be adjusted (with a bit of care) from US size 5.5 to a US size 7.5 (in european sizing this range translates to 51 mm - 55 mm)
Below are photos of the ring (item 37) together with a matching lion bracelet (item 248 which is offered seperately)
|Historic Period||Era: Hellenistic|
|Material||Solid Sterling Silver|
|Ring size||From US size 5.5 to a US size 7.5 (European sizes 51mm to 55mm)|