Bronze Roman Handfast Ring, Betrothal, Wedding, Marriage Ring. In Rome, the joining of the right hands of two parties, known as Dextrarum Iunctio, was a flexible motif with several connotations. Besides the themes of meeting and parting, the handclasp signified harmony, affinity, friendship, and loyalty. Circa 1st to 4th century AD. 2,000 years old!
This item was found with a metal detector in Eastern Europe. Professionally cleaned for you to give to your loved one, as it was in Roman times.
Size - Q (UK) - US - 8 1/4 - int. diam. 18.35mm
Weight 3.2 grams