Diamond Tudor Era ring found in a field near Aylsham.
Queen Elizabeth I’s Ring. Gold, mother-of-pearl, rubies, and enamel, c.1560. According to tradition this ring was dedicated to James I (James VI of Scotland) as evidence of the Queen’s death and given by him to 1st Earl of Home in 1603.
Queens Throughout History: Part I: Nefertiti/Theodora/Wu Zetian/Eleanor/Zabel/Seondeok/Nzinga/Catherine/
Gold ring, enamelled in various colours, the hoop merging with winged and scrolled shoulders each set with two table cut diamonds supporting a raised quatrefoil bezel, set with a point cut diamond, with four more point cuts set in each of the four petals, outlined in blue enamel, c. 1550.
A gold finger ring . Half of a ring cut as a gimmel. The exterior of the hoop is of cable design with engraved flowers extending partially around the hoop on both sides, probably before the 15th century.
Gold ring, the hoop terminating at shoulders supporting the triple "pie-dish" bezel set with a sapphire between two garnets, all "encabochon". 13th /14th centuries.
Æthelwulf ring: Wiltshire, AD 828-58: Triangular bezel depicting stylized plant motif between two birds. The hoop decorated with a quatrefoil and interlaced knot design. Æthelswith ring: West Yorkshire: Circular bezel with a beaded frame and contains a cruciform filled with leaf motifs. Within a central circle is a charming four-legged animal with a halo and the letters A and D which stand for 'Agnus Dei' (Lamb of God). The ornament on both rings is inlaid with niello to make it stand out.
The Frank family, Otto, Anne, Edith and Margot at the wedding of Miep Gies. #amsterdam #worldwar2 #AnneFrank
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