14K setting set with an intaglio citrine glass seal that reads in French, "qui me neglige, me perd" - which translates to "he who neglects me, loses me." Accompanying image is a bird escaping a cage.
19th C. Victorian 14K Gold Signet Ring w/ Diamond #parishotelboutique
A rare Gold English Merchants ring c1690-1700
Antique Carnelian Intaglio Ring, 1770-1790, with monogram "RWD" carved in reverse to make correct impression in sealing wax.
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A ROMAN GOLD RING - CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D.
Georgian Rebus Fob "I Hope You Are Well"
Important 18ct Gold Napoleonic intaglio ring dated 1796
Superb gold signet ring with an open palmed hand intaglio carving to the face. Modelled in 18ct gold.