12–10 cc. BC. One of them is gold-filled; it does not differ from Andronov ring-shaped, and the other, cast in a special form, has a bushing-socket type fastening. Inside the ring are two figures of standing horses. The images are schematic and stylized: hypertrophied neck with mane, divided into strands, a long muzzle, somewhat curved down, and round eyes. The images were obviously carved and drilled in a soft stone mold for casting the product and subsequently subjected to forging. Figures of horses are two-sided reliefs.
- 12-10 cc. BC
- Place of discovery/Manufacture
- Mynschunkyr burial ground. Zhetysu
- Materials, technic
- National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan
- Inventory number
- ҚРҰМ УҚтк2-665МА В 1ҒОМА 451