This 2 April 2020 video from Leiden in the Netherlands says about itself (translated):
The Netherlands Middle Ages collection of the National Museum of Antiquities is richer now because of this Viking ring. The ring was found in a cornfield near Hoogwoud, in the north of North Holland province. It is a silver ring from the tenth century. The Rijksmuseum van Oudheden recently bought the ring from the finder. In this video, curator Annemarieke Willemsen explains why the ring is so special.
See also here.
The museum is now closed because of the coronavirus crisis. The ring will be exhibited later.
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