Hoards associated with the Anglo-Saxon culture, from the 6th century to 1066, are relatively uncommon. Those that have been found include both hoards of coins and hoards of jewellery and metalwork such as sword hilts and crosses. The West Yorkshire Hoard dates in part back to the 7th Century and is on display at Leeds City Museum.
It is the "most significant find of Anglo-Saxon jewellery" from the area, according to Leeds City Council.
The most spectacular is a gold ring with a lozenge-shaped bezel complete with a garnet gem.
The collection is on loan in Leeds from The British Museum in London and is officially classed as treasure.
The hoard is "highly significant" and shows the presence of "high status" inhabitants around the area, according to the council.
West Yorkshire Hoard - 5 items of 7th to 11th century gold jewellery (a cabachon ring, a filigree ring, a niello finger ring, a filigree and granular ring, and a piece of a cloisonné bracelet), an ingot of gold, and a lead spindle whorl