Ancient ring in the second half of the nineteenth century in 9/12 kt gold with carnelian. ‘This type of rings was called Curniòle because of the reddish or brown hard stone. This stone famous for its blood color is a source of prosperity and health. Typical of Pescocostanzo, they were widespread among the gypsies of the community of Casacalenda in Molise. Especially rings of male use, were given as a wedding gift by the bride’s family.
Rings made in Italy, original jewels and well preserved.