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Elizabethan Silver-Gilt Ring, 16th century

A delicate silver-gilt finger ring comprising an openwork hoop with three floral motifs on the shoulders; the bezel a rectangular emerald in a cabochon setting.

Gold and diamond Renaissance ring. The rectangular bezel is set with a pyramid-cut diamond in a raised collet. The slender hoop terminates at the shoulders in volutes, pierced and enamelled with well frosted orange. The sides of the bezel are chased in the upper part with crescents, panels below filled with bleu enamel, the joints forming claws. Late 16th century

century Renaissance ring - gold, enamel, and pyramid or"native"-cut diamond. This very early style was sometimes known as a "writing ring" as the point could be used to write on glass.

Gold Ring From Pompeii.

Signet ring, typically used to stamp wax to seal up envelopes. Roman Empire, first century.