Gold ring with roman coin depicting Goddess of Rome

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Jewels with coins, Roman intaglios stones and micro-mosaics

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Gold ring with roman coin depicting Goddess of Rome

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Jewels with coins, Roman intaglios stones and micro-mosaics

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Monetay jewels - Rings

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Serra - Roma / Jewelry

This 18 Kt gold ring has an authentic Roman coin (Quinarius -211 BC ) depicting the head of Goddess Rome. In the reverse side of the coin there are the Dioscury riding. In ancient Roman religion, Roma was a female deity who personified the city of Rome and more broadly, the Roman state. Her image appears on the base of the column of Antoninus Pius. In Roman art and coinage, she was usually depicted with a military helmet, and often other military equipment. This jewel belongs to SERRA archaeological collection, that use genuine ancient Roman coins and intaglios that date from the 3rd century BC. to the 4th century A.D., as well as forms and styles inspired by the talented goldsmiths and artists who, over 2000 years ago created works of unbelievable beauty and elegance. With this precious collection of Roman gems and coins, sometimes mounted in a classic way and other times refashioned with a more contemporary design, Serra has allowed these ancient artifacts to return to shine in a new light. Our customers wear true pieces of Roman art that are thousand years old! All of our jewels are certified by certificate of authenticity attesting their Greek or Roman origin !