A BACTRIAN GOLD AND LAPIS FINGER RING
Circa 2nd Millennium B.C.
With a plain hoop, round in section, each end of which passes through the perforation of the disk-shaped lapis lazuli seal, with an additional wire threaded through the perforation and then coiled around the ends of the hoop, one side of the seal with a humped bull, its head lowered, the other side with a stylized animal
1 in. (2.5 cm) wide