Gold ring 15th cent. 2004/T385a. Slightly distorted but measures about 18mm in diameter. The height of the hoop is 4mm. It has two inscriptions; one on its external face, which reads as follows: mon cuer entier ('my whole heart') and one on the interior: mon est desr ('is my desire') The latter inscription is puzzling because of the confusing word order. 'Est mon desr' would be more logical, assuming 'desr' to be an abbreviation of 'desir'…
15th century, A gold posy ring engraved with a black letter inscription, '+ Mon Cuer Avez' (Have My Heart), on the outside of the hoop. The words of the inscription are separated by leafy sprig and flower motifs. The ring is complete, but slightly distorted.
Gold ring 15th cent. 2004/T385b This ring measures 22mm in diameter and 6mm in height. It carries one inscription on its external face, which reads: mon cuer entier ('my whole heart') The repetition of the legend, combined with their respective sizes, may suggest that the two rings were originally a pair designed for a man and a woman. http://finds.org.uk/database/artefacts/record/id/78367
15th cent gold RING Unique ID: SUSS-9BD050; 2004/T430 This ring is badly distorted. It measures 24mm in length and 5mm in height. Its inscription reads: + amer et servir (' to love and to serve'). http://finds.org.uk/database/artefacts/record/id/82836
Medieval posy ring, 'vous et nul autre' (you and no other). A flat band engraved and enamelled to the exterior in black letter script 'vous et nul autre', interspersed with flower motifs and curlicues, approximately 5.2mm in width, approximately 3.2g in weight. Tested yellow gold, circa 15th century.
A 15th- 16th c ring engraved at its centre with the image of a standing saint, possibly St John the Evangelist, holding a chalice in his left hand and blessing it with his right. The back of the hoop is cabled and carries an inscription punctuated by engraved flowers. The inscription is contrary to the orientation of the image and reads: "EN BON AN" Width: 21.32 mm Thickness: 7.96 mm Weight: 4.8 g Diameter: 20 mm Unique ID: KENT-C343E3
England Mid 15th century Gold iconographic ring, the bezel facetted with the Virgin and Child flanked by Saints Helena and Barbara with St. John the Baptist and the Holy Trinity on the shoulders; inscribed 'en bon an' inside 19 mm internal ring diameter; 8.7 g weight Bequeathed by CN Norris, 1949; WA.OA1454