3,000- YEAR OLD GOLD RING- AUCTIONED AT £500,000

This is so beautiful I wish i can propose to someone with this but it is way out of my reach for now, It is extremely rare and shows off the extraordinary talents of Iron Age craftsmen.
So it is perhaps no surprise that this exquisite, 3,000-year-old solid gold bracelet has fetched more than £500,000 at auction –  ten times its pre-sale estimate.
The intricately designed bracelet, which contains three quarters of a kilo of high-purity gold, sparked a bidding frenzy at the Christie’s antiquities sale.
Sometimes I wonder how they measure the age of these things

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