Celtic finger ring with face

Art.Nr.: 07 Ring Latene
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Latène ring with mask representation
Latène ring with mask representation
Latène finger ring - bronze
Latène finger ring - bronze
Latène finger ring - silver plated
Latène finger ring - silver plated
Celtic finger ring replica
Celtic finger ring replica
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Bronze - small
Bronze - small  
12,60 €
Bronze - medium
Bronze - medium  
12,60 €
Bronze - large
Bronze - large  
12,60 €
Silver plated - small
Silver plated - small  
plus 2,52 €
Silver plated - medium
Silver plated - medium  
plus 2,52 €
Silver plated- large
Silver plated- large  
plus 2,52 €
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Reproduction of a ring from the Celtic Latène period

This detail replica of a Celtic ring is showing an ancient face and was made according to a historical finger ring from the Latène period of the 4th century BC. 

The original Latène finger ring was completely made of gold and is now owned by the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

The Celtic finger ring measures 2.5 cm in width and is available in 3 sizes.

The latène finger ring is not closed on the bottom, but with parallel ends, which overlap each other by approx. 1.5 cm.
Thus, the diameter of the Celtic ring can be simply reduced or expanded by a few ring sizes - this beautiful ring fits in just three different sizes for almost every finger.

Ring Sizes:
S = 17.3 mm - size 52 - 58
M = 19.3mm - size 59-64
L = 21.3 mm - size 65 - 70



Rings from the Latène period were only rarely found and were mostly made of bronze, but in early Celtic time there were also precious finger rings of pure gold. The Celts already created rings with geometric patterns and embellishments with triangles, circles and rhombuses in the Hallstatt period. By Greek and Etruscan influence emerged end of the 6. Jh. V. In the Celtic latène culture also Mediterranean ornaments and motifs.
At the beginning, naturalistic motifs still predominated in sculptures, such as faces and animals, as well as illustrations of palms and acanthus limbs. In the late latène period, plastic knot patterns were formed, which were transformed into complex patterns of intertwined spirals and loops.
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Reproduction of a ring from the Celtic Latène period

This detail replica of a Celtic ring is showing an ancient face and was made according to a historical finger ring from the Latène period of the 4th century BC. 

The original Latène finger ring was completely made of gold and is now owned by the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

The Celtic finger ring measures 2.5 cm in width and is available in 3 sizes.

The latène finger ring is not closed on the bottom, but with parallel ends, which overlap each other by approx. 1.5 cm.
Thus, the diameter of the Celtic ring can be simply reduced or expanded by a few ring sizes - this beautiful ring fits in just three different sizes for almost every finger.

Ring Sizes:
S = 17.3 mm - size 52 - 58
M = 19.3mm - size 59-64
L = 21.3 mm - size 65 - 70



Rings from the Latène period were only rarely found and were mostly made of bronze, but in early Celtic time there were also precious finger rings of pure gold. The Celts already created rings with geometric patterns and embellishments with triangles, circles and rhombuses in the Hallstatt period. By Greek and Etruscan influence emerged end of the 6. Jh. V. In the Celtic latène culture also Mediterranean ornaments and motifs.
At the beginning, naturalistic motifs still predominated in sculptures, such as faces and animals, as well as illustrations of palms and acanthus limbs. In the late latène period, plastic knot patterns were formed, which were transformed into complex patterns of intertwined spirals and loops.
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