Ring with a Pearl from Oplonti (Pompei) replica in Sterling silver from the original one of the 1st century B.C. cat. OP 3320 of the Pompeii Superintendence, displayed in the Archaeological Museum of Naples.
Ring found in Oplonti, suburban area nearby Pompeii, buried under ashes and lava after the eruption of Vesuvius in 79.
- Material: 18K GOLD plated Sterling silver + pearl
- Weight: 0,006 lb (3 g)
- Size: 0,90 x 0,98 inch (2.3 x 2.5 cm)
- IT 10 - Ø 0,59 inch (15.00 mm)
- IT 13 - Ø 0,65 inch (16,50 mm)
- Color: Golden
"Splendors. Luxury in ornaments in Herculaneum", edited by Francesco Sirano.
"Female beauty in Pompeii. Cosmetics and ornaments", curated by Antonio D'Ambrosio.
Produced in Italy