Century: Ring Gold ring, the transverse octagonal bezel set with a…
England(?), 14th century. Finger-ring; gold, hollow hoop with transverse ribs and rays on the shoulders, from each of which bifurcating supports rise to a boat-shaped bezel containing a cabochon sapphire held by four claws; round the hoop, legend in relief on a ground keyed for enamel. Inscription on the hoop in old English: alc god wils act beter c m ('As god wills, do better cm')
English ca medieval sapphire and gold ring, with punched decoration on the shoulders. All reference books have plenty of rings illustrated with the likes of this ring, as it demonstrates the tremendous skill of the goldsmiths.
Finger Ring, century, Langobardic: (Lombards) descended from a small tribe called the Winnili from southern Scandinavia before migrating south over centuries, eventually conquering northern Italy with other Germanic tribes .
Marriage ring century Gold ring, the rounded triangular hoop with slightly concave shoulder line set with a revolving pearl mm internal ring diameter; g weight Presented by Dr C. Fortnum in honour of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 1897