Gold-plated 925 silver ring with hand-engraved carnelian from the early 1900s stone size 19 mm x 14 mm. This ring depicts Janus Bifrontus. Janus Roman-Italic deity, the oldest of the national gods, the indigetes, also invoked together with Iuppiter. God of beginnings, material and immaterial, God of the morning, one of the oldest important deities of Roman, Latin and Italic religion. He is depicted with two faces, the God can look into the future and into the past, but also because, being the God of the door, he can look both inside and outside. A unique jewel full of ancient meanings, an absolutely ambiguous type like the vast majority of engraved rings. To request information use the “send a request for this product” button call 041 5287549 – or Whatsapp +39 3299 14 35 98 and email firstname.lastname@example.org all jewellery is exclusively produced by our workshop in Venice.