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17th century gold posy ring

century gold posy ring : The British Antique Dealers' Association

Enamelled skull mourning ring, 17th-century. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Enamelled skull mourning ring, © The Trustees of the British Museum

17th century, probably Charles II, gold posy ring, Wher love find my heart (engraved as a heart) I bind

century, probably Charles II, gold posy ring, Wher love find my heart (engraved as a heart) I bind

Gold posy ring with inscription. The exterior chequered and originally enamelled. unmarked

Full: Front Gold posy ring with inscription. The exterior chequered and originally enamelled. unmarked © The Trustees of the British Museum

Gothic Band (“Black Letter” Posy), “Ensamble” [Together], c 1400, British, gold

Black Letter Posy Ring Date: century Culture: British Medium: Gold Dimensions: Circumference: mm. weight g. US size 6 ½; UK size M ½ Met Museum

A posy ring with a little bit of bling; this circa 14th century gold ring is set with a sapphire and a garnet and has flowers engraved on the outer ring. Inside, the inscription is written in French in Gothic script and translates to “with all my heart.”

A posy ring with a little bit of bling; this circa century gold ring is set with a sapphire and a garnet and has flowers engraved on the outer ring. Inside, the inscription is written in French in Gothic script and translates to “with all my heart.

"Ring of gold, in the form of a flat spiral. Connects an inscription in Roman letters. Netherlands, ca. 1540" #GoldJewellery16ThCentury

Gold ring in the form of a flat spiral with the Latin inscription: "Sie need people unde mi mi laeten lefen that beniedet unde not on Gefen (let those who envy me, tolerate me and let live, if they give me (but) nothing decrease).

Tudor gold ring, found near Saffron Walden, early 16th century #GoldJewellery16ThCentury

Tudor gold ring, found near Saffron Walden, early century -- looking strikingly similar to how modern M. rings look in sweden

Bearing an inscription swearing  allegiance to the emperor Constans  (337-350), this ring may have been  an imperial gift to a military officer.

Bearing an inscription swearing allegiance to the emperor Constans this ring may have been an imperial gift to a military officer.

Posy Knot Ring.jpg

A Knot Motif Posy Ring Inscribed "Vertue. © The Trustees of the British Museum. A posy ring was popular in the & century and was engraved with a "posy phrase".

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