Rings of this type were discovered by archaeologists in the necropolis of Panticapaeum royal burial mounds and date from the 4th - 5th centuries AD. This particular ring has been fashioned by modern jewelers and is modeled on the items held in the Gold Rooms of the Hermitage. It displays a perfect combination of characteristic features of jewelry from the Bosporus Kingdom and modern technology. It is adorned with the representation of a unicorn, a celebrated mythological creature. The ring will demonstrate its owner's exquisite taste and reflect echoes of the Golden Age of Greek art.
- 14K gold; cast and engraved
- Average weight: 6 grams
- Inspired by the State Hermitage original