Signet ring Place of origin: Europe (possibly set in England, made) Alexandria, Egypt (made) Date: (made) 100 BC - 1 BC (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Gold, engraved;
An Egyptian Electrum gold ring late period, Dynasty XXIX-XXX, circa BC. The rectangular bezel finely engraved with two lines of hieroglyphs reading, for the Bearer of the Standard of Horus of Edfu, give protection to Hakoris.
The Miller's Daughter gives Rumpelstiltskin, first a ring, then a necklace, then the promise of her firstborn child to do his nightly work. This was how I pictured the ring. Century, with a clasped hands motif.
A LATE ROMAN GOLD FINGER RING Circa 350 A.D. The solid hoop rectangular in section, with a raised rectangular bezel inscribed FIDEM, the hoop inscribed D[omino] N[ostro] CONSTANTINO AUGUSTO N[ovo] AN[no], its weight (17.6 grams) equal to 4 solidi
Medieval ring from Sandal Castle - the inscription reads 'I'm all yours' in medieval French Sandal Castle is a ruined medieval castle in Sandal Magna, a suburb of the city of Wakefield in West Yorkshire, overlooking the River Calder