The original piece was found in the necropolis of 'La Joya', Huelva (Spain), dated of 7th-6th centuries BC, In the Tartessian cultural context.
It is a solid gold ring with a rectangular seal topped by two elements with a circular section. The chaton has a seated griffin (mythological animal) engraved with spread wings looking to the right. In the support ring there are deformations and signs of use that suggest that at some point it was used as a pendant.
Replica made of bronze
Adjustable to all sizes