A rectangular silver intaglio from a finger ring. The intaglio depicts an incised stylised bird (cockerel?) standing left with an annulet in each of the two bottom corners. The two sides of the bezel are each decorated with three annulets, between which there are single oblique lines.
A similar bezel is recorded on the PAS database as LIN-337C26 and dated as 4th - early 5th century AD. It is also noted that cockerels were often associated with the god Mercury.
The depiction of the bird on the present bezel is not dissimilar to some of those found on sceattas of the early Anglo-Saxon period (e.g. UKDFD 17632), so the late Roman dating should be regarded as tentative.