A resident of English Blackpool walked along the Scottish Loch Lomond with a metal detector and accidentally found an ancient gold ring. This writes the East Anglian Daily Times.
Michelle Wall showed a successful find to the staff of the National Museum of Scotland, but there they could not appreciate the ring and refused to accept it. Then the woman turned to a friend of antiquary, who managed to find out that the ring was made around 1640-80s and belonged to a noble family from Suffolk county. The expert suggested that the ring can be sold at the September auction for 10 thousand pounds of shooters (which is about 800 thousand rubles).