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ArcheoSerbia's photo. Golden ring of Serbian queen Tedora, 14h century, excavated in her grave in Banjska monastery, at Kosova and Metohija, southern Serbia. Absolutely stunning ring!

(Serbia) Golden Ring of Serbian Queen Teodora, century, excavated in her grave in Banjska monastery, at Kosovo and Metohija, southern Serbia.

LATE RENAISSANCE DIAMOND CLUSTER RING WITH OPIUM COMPARTMENT, Spain?, about 1630–1640, gold, diamond.

Diamond Cluster Ring with Opium Compartment - c. 1640 - diamonds and gold - “locket ring” could contain miniatures of loved ones or of royals or religious relics - others were intended to contain poison, usually an opiate - bezel represents the poppy

The anklet is making a MAJOR come-back...Get into the anklet renaissance and shop our edit ahead for every style and budget!

Anklets Are The Throwback Jewelry Trend That's Cool Again

The anklet is making a MAJOR come-back.Get into the anklet renaissance and shop our edit ahead for every style and budget!

A rare Renaissance period gold, enamel, ruby and diamond "gimmel" ring with memento mori, possibly 17th century. Designed as two connected bands decorated with relief and enamels throughout, the bezels set with two rubies and two diamonds. The bands pull apart to reveal the miniature figures of a baby and a skeleton to their interiors.

A rare Renaissance period gold, enamel, ruby and diamond "gimmel" ring with memento mori, possibly century. Designed as two connected bands decorated with relief and enamels throughout, the bezels set with two rubies and two diamonds. The bands pull

Rings Medieval, 1500-1530- gold, engraved  Posy rings, the name deriving from poesy ('poetry'), are rings with inscriptions that express affection, friendship and love. Rhyming or cryptic inscriptions were fashionable from around 1200-1500, and were written in Latin but more commonly in French, the language of courtly love.

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Woman’s gold ‘poesy’ ring inscribed: ung temps viandra (a time will come) - mon desir me vaille (my longing keeps me awake).

16th century diamond and enamel ring, now at Ranger’s House, London (© with kind permission of The Wernher Foundation)

Late diamond and enamel ring, set with no fewer than 26 diamonds and painstakingly enamelled, now at Ranger’s House, London.

16th century ring from Italy, gold, possibly emerald and enamel.

richness feeling to jewelry, ornate and detailed century ring from Italy, gold, possibly emerald and enamel.

This gold ring is from the 1400s. It is decorated with engraved figures of St Thomas Becket and other Christian figures which were meant to protect the ring's owner from harm.

Idea: engraving significant images/symbols inside wedding band. A gold ring from the It's decorated with engraved figures of St Thomas Becket and other Christian figures which were meant to protect the ring's owner from harm.

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