Gold ring with ancient Roman coin
This ring bears a genuine copper roman coin minted at Trier between the years 347 and 348 AD, in times of emperor Constans, who was the son of Emperor Constantine I.
On the obverse Constans diademed bust appears. On the reverse appear two Victories facing one another, each holding wreath and palm.
We have designed and handcrafted for it a 18k gold setting that protects and embellishes it, and converts this coin in a unique jewel, 1700 years after it was made. It is accompanied by a Certificate of Auhtenticity. All our antiques are genuine, we never use replicas. It is in perfect preservation condition.
Diameter (coin): 15 mm // 0,6 in.
Size: USA:7 EU:55 Spain:15. We can make it in other sizes under request. We'll ask your size to ensure perfect fitting.
Possessing an antique, an object that forms part of history, produces a special sensation: we wonder who it belonged to, what the time in which the first owner lived was like, what their life was like…
The pieces of this collection, in which we handcraft the settings of the antique objects, are exclusive, as there are no two alike. In addition to its beauty and historical value, the antique as much as the gold will increase in value with time, but above all, this piece will forever form part of your personal history.
About the antiques: In order to guarantee the absolute authenticity of the antiques that we use to make these pieces of jewelry, we follow a strict protocol: learn more of our Certificates of Authenticity