Tudor Era Posy Ring Posie rings—also known as poesy or posy rings—were tokens of love in England made popular in Medieval times. Sometimes worn as wedding rings, they were engraved with short, often rhyming expressions of love, friendship, or fidelity. - mylusciouslife.com - Luscious jewellery
Gold posy ring, 'Seing god hath made of two one * Let nothing part but deth alone', 17th century. A yellow gold half round band, the interior engraved ‘Seing god hat made of two one * Let nothing part but deth alone’, approximately 8.83 grams in weight. Former collection of a London Gentleman.
A late medieval gold posy ring The broad hoop with lozenge-shaped engraved decoration, each with central five petalled flowerhead (formerly enamelled) the interior hoop engraved, in 'black letter' DE BON and an outline of a heart (for good heart), circa 1500
'Fides Victoria Nostra' Posy(Poesy) Ring 1300-1500s:. A silver finger ring with faceted exterior bearing starburst motifs; on the inner face a canted ear of wheat and the inscription in decorative capitals FIdES UItORIA NOStRA. Measurements: Silver, 4.69 grams, 23.17 mm overall (approximate size British U, USA 10, Europe 22.52, Japan 22).