Fede Ring. 17th century AD. The gold original is an engagement ring, with skull and clasped hands and was found at Old Sarum, Wiltshire. This example is 9 carat yellow gold. 18 carat gold available on request.
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Girona IHS+ ring. 16th century AD. The gold original is inscribed with the sacred monogram 'IHS+' and is likely to have belonged to one of the clerics on board the Armada Galleas 'Girona' from which it was recovered in 1968. Ulster Museum, Belfast. This example is 9 carat yellow gold. 18 carat gold available on…
St. Austin's Friary Ring. 15th century AD. The gold original, inscribed 'Ave Maria Gracia Plena' was found in 1984, encircling a finger bone in a burial associated with St. Austin's Friary, Shrewsbury. Rowley's House Museum, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. This example is solid sterling silver. Gold versions are available on request.
16th century ring. Sometimes known as the Darnley Ring. It is engraved with the initials 'MH' and true lover's knot. The gold original was thought to be the betrothal ring of Mary Queen of Scots and Lord Darnley, because the engraving inside shows a crowned shield of arms, a lion rampant and 'Henri Darnley 1565'….