The ring connecting the plates, and an attached seal (dimensions not reported) with a legend (see inscription text) but no device reported.
The ring is about 0.5 cm thick and 3.8 cm in diameter. The seal is rectangular, 2.4 cm wide by 3.2 cm high. The seal is badly damaged by fire, but bears at the top, on a countersunk surface, an effigy of Garuḍa with outstretched wings (similar to that on the copper coins of Candragupta II). There is a much damaged legend of two lines below the image.
The ring bore a seal (dimensions not reported) with a legend (see inscription text) but no device reported. Both the ring and the seal have been lost when the plates were transferred from Banaras to Lucknow.
- Event TypeCreatedPlaceKhoh
- Event TypeStoredPlacelost en routeDate1880s
The ring is about 0.6 cm thick and 6.5 cm in diameter. It bears a rectangular seal, about 3.5 wide by 2.2 cm high. The seal has traces of an illegible legend on a countersunk surface. The ring and seal were extant when Fleet studied the plates in 1888, but one end of the ring had been detached from the seal (where the two ends had been welded into a socket) to allow separation of the plates.
The ring bore a seal (now lost) with a legend (see inscription text) but no device. The seal was a pointed oval, 6.3 by 2.5 cm in size.
A plate inscribed on both sides. It probably has no raised rims. The hole for the connecting ring is probably on the left-hand side, vertically at the centre, and horizontally very near the edge.