Bronze Celtic Triskele Brooch, about 1st Century BC.
Borre style evolved at the latest c. 850 and was still used in the late 10th century. This art style was popular in areas settled by the Vikings. Borre style was mainly employed to decorate jewelry, belt-fittings and woodwork.
Gold gimmel ring, enamelled in various colours , the raised double box bezel containing a table cut diamond and red enamel simulating a ruby, opening to reveal two cavities beneath, filled respectively with a newborn baby and a skeleton, The inner sides of the twin interlocking hoops which are inscribed in Latin NON SEPARET HOMO /QUOD DEUS CONIUNXIT.( Man must not divide those whom God has joined together) terminate in winged shoulders and hands gripping red hearts...16th/early 17th century