Bracelet withHeads of aLion and aDeer
- Achaemenid period (6th - 4th century B.C.)
Achaemenid period (6th‐4th century B.C.)
W. 7.5 cm
The ends of a gold ring are made relatively thicker than the rest of the ring, with one end fitted with a lion's head and the other fitted with a young deer without antlers. The lion's head is fitted square onto the ring, while the deer's head is twisted 90 degrees off square.