I want a ring with this on it now! A late or early century silver-gilt posy ring inscribed in Lombardic characters with the words ‘‘AVE MARIA GRACIA PLENA’ which means 'Hail Mary full of grace' found in the Lache area of Chester, England
Zoomorphic gold finger ring, dating from the late or early century, features a blue stone which is thought to be a sapphire and has a highly decorated hoop joined at the bezel by two dragon’s heads, which hold the stone.
Parenting with style ( She is uncertain why so many cars crash as male drivers catch sight of her tight thong at maximum spread, this could result in someone becoming dead, so she should use her head and stay doing this move in bed 👍
Anneau en or gravé - Fin début siècle - Angleterre Medieval gold ring. Plain gold band inscribed with the words 'AVE MARIA GRACIA PLENA' (Hail Mary full of grace). The style of lombardic lettering used suggests it dates to the late - early century.