A copper-alloy stamped finger ring found near Cransley, Northamptonshire. (c) Portable Antiquities Scheme, CC BY-SA 4.0
Stamped Finger-Ring (NARC-031C88)
A copper-alloy stamped finger-ring found near Cransley, Northamptonshire
A stamped copper-alloy finger ring decorated with four double ring-and-dots in a lozengiform arrangement. Ring-and-dot was a decorative technique used at various periods from the later Iron Age onwards, but which enjoyed a Viking Age revival. Rings like this with knotted ends are typically Scandinavian.