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Gold ring recovered from the wreck of the pirate ship Whydah. Some believe the cryptic letters are the abbreviation for a Welsh “good luck” wish. Others speculate that they may be of African origin. Another theory has it that the ring once belonged to a Royal Navy seaman named Teye, who later turned pirate. Photo by Bill Curtsinger ©National Geographic

ANTIQUE Victorian, Bloodstone and Gold Ring. 14k Yellow gold. Bee Wreath Motif. (30% OFF on all items).

English, circa 1300 - SIGNET RING - the gold inscribed in Lombardic script: Amor Vincit Omnia (love conquers all), the intaglio carved with an eagle bearing a laurel wreath in its beak gold, set with a Roman, 1st/ 2nd century AD, onyx agate nicolo intaglio

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diamondsinthelibrary: Antique French Guilloche Enamel Locket Ring, circa 1880.  The cover of the secret compartment is decorated with a diamond

Signet Ring, Europe, ca 1772

Roman Gold Fede Betrothal Ring, 4th century A.D.

16th-17th century AD. An English heraldic signet ring.

A Roman gold finger ring belonging to an armourer in the XXII nd Legion (ENGRAVED IN RING), ca. 3rd century A.D.

  • Shirley Lynch

    Prefect for the story telling of Joseph given the Pharaoh's signet ring. I printed it out to show the kids what a signet ring looks like.

Hope And Steadfastness: Georgian Anchor Navette Ring, 1775 - "To the Memory of an Affectionate Father Who Died Jan 30, 1775"

Hope And Steadfastness: Georgian Anchor Navette Ring at 1stdibs

An Interesting Cravat or Scarf Ring once belonging to the artist Joseph Wright (1734 – 1794) known as ‘Wright of Derby’ The silver ring with a finely carved ivory relief of Pegasus and Bellerophon against a dark ground. The red leather and wood box with a label to the inner lid reading: ‘Memorial ring. Joseph Wright ob 1797. A.262 lent by Mrs W Bemrose’ 18th Century Size: 3cm wide, 2cm deep – 1¼ ins wide, ¾ ins deep

A gold ring with a coat of arms under rock crystal or glass with the initials SM, dated, 1581, the shank decorated with leaves and a peral border around the bezel, 16th century.

Rings - gold ring - Inez Stodel

LATE ROMAN BETROTHAL RING Roman Empire, 3rd-4th c. Gold

TWO GREEK FINGER RINGS CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C. Including one of silver, with a plain flat hoop and an oval bezel, with a rabbit in profile to the left; and one of bronze, with a plain hoop, largely lost, and a pointed oval bezel, with a rabbit in profile to the left, the fur detailed by careful incising, on a groundline, a lizard in the field to the upper right

A fine and rare Elizabethan gold and foiled crystal armorial signet ring, dated 1568

A late 18th century chalcedony and lapis lazuli ring, circa 1790,

Ring, Timurid period (1370–1507), late 15th–early 16th century: Iran This glorious gold cast and chased ring, with its striking nephrite seal, prophetic figures, and a dragon motif, is a fine example of a powerful talisman. The inscriptions on the nephrite seal venerate the Prophet Muhammad’s cousin, son-in-law, and leader of the Shici sect cAli ibn Abi Talib (1986.109.2).

A late 16th century foiled rock crystal signet ring, ca. 1583 A.D. on ring.

Ring - signet ring with the arms of the Esterházy family, hungry, mid 17th century.

Pyu Gold Seal Ring with Female Deity Pyu Culture, Burma Pyu Dynasty (11th-13th century)