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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)

Antique 18K Yellow Gold And Carved Emerald Ring


Swivel ring w/pastoral scenes, c.1780

Lapis lazuli gem engraved with a bust of Sarapis wearing a horn of Ammon and a calathos in the form of a basket containing a pomegranate and leaves; a butterfly settles on top. Before him are a star, trident with serpent, and two flutes; behind him are a scorpion, lizard and Pan-pipes; there is a Greek inscription. Roman Imperial period 1stC-3rdC. | © Trustees of the British Museum

RING WITH ROMAN NICOLO INTAGLIO | From a unique collection of vintage signet rings at

Due to its fragility, this beautiful ring is also a rarity. Circa 1790, it features a tiny, hand-carved ivory ship set under crystal. A frame of garnets surrounds the crystal, and the waves beneath the ship are hand-painted. Popular during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, pieces like this were carved by specialists predominately located in Germany, Switzerland, and France.

Mark Antony, Gnaios, 40–20 B.C. Amethyst intaglio set in a modern gold ring.

Greek Larissan Horse Finger Ring. Circa 450-350 BC.

Gold ring, with an almost circular bezel, the face pierced and set with shaped turquoises, leaving a heart, scrolls and the initials 'FDA' reserved in metal, mid 16th century

Signet ring of King Louis IX of France (St. Louis) (1215-70) (gold and enamel)

Ring Date: 11th century (made). Engraved and nielloed gold

A poignant mourning ring for 5 children, 1800. Museum of London.

Gold alloy mourning ring commemorating Captain George Blagdon Westcott (1745-1798), who was killed at the Battle of the Nile. The bezel of the ring is decorated with an anchor made up of brilliants, which is set on a background of woven blond hair, and is contained under a crystal. The edge of the bezel is inscribed on a black enamel background (taille d'épargne) with the words 'G B WESTCOTT OB 1 Aug 1798'.

Colonial Australian miner's ring with pick and shovel. Mary Titchener Antique Jewellery – South Yarra – Melbourne

Heavy finger ring made from gold with plaquettes, East Iranian World, circa 6th-7th century AH/ 12th-13th century CE

Gold ring, the oval bezel with indented border encloses a garnet cameo bust of Charles I, (1600-1649)

1772 Georgian Sepia Miniature Mourning Ring