Early 15th century sapphire and enamel ring, engraved with en boen an (en bon an), new year's gift, France, sapphire, high carat gold, white enamel, 0.7cm. The diffusion of character was low and the written language and the spoken language don't agree at that time. As a result, it was frequently to make such spelling mistake.
National Museum of Ireland Clontarf 1014: Top Ten - No. 4: The Skaill Hoard Brooches, neck-rings and arm-rings from the Skaill Hoard, the largest hoard of Viking silver ever found in Scotland, are coming to the Museum! This huge hoard of silver ornaments (many of which may have been made in Ireland.) was hidden in c.950-970 at Skaill Bay on Orkney. Sigurd Hlodvisson,the powerful jarl of Orkney http://www.museum.ie/en/exhibition/clontarf-1014.aspx
Silver Brooch - Kotori
Hunterston Brooch, an early Christian brooch with panels of gold filigree in Celtic and Anglo-Saxon styles, from Ireland or the West of Scotland, c. 700 AD
Lämsä silver treasure, 'viking knit' trichinopoly chain (Need to find original source of photo for documentation.)
Lady warrior at Jidai Festival, Kyoto, Japan: photo by デジカメ自由人
Silver bossed penannular brooch; saltires + 5 collared bosses on each terminal; interlaced animals and billeted pattern; circles + triquetras on back. Silver, Ireland, 9th-10th century