Merovingian VIII century gold ring, set with a carnelian.
Roman Gold Ring with Garnet - authentic ancient jewellery old antique jewelry antiquities
Roman, 4th century AD
Queen Elizabeth I's ring. Mother of pearl, rubies, diamonds. The contents of the locket were not fully discovered until Elizabeth's death in 1603. It contains a picture of Elisabeth I and what is believed to be her mother, Anne Boleyn. http://static.messynessychic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/ring2.jpg
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.
A ROMAN AGATE RING STONE.CIRCA 2ND CENTURY A.D. The flat oval stone engraved with a Centaur shouldering a branch, on a short groundline; mounted as a ring in a modern gold setting
Gold ring, the oval bezel with indented border encloses a garnet cameo bust of Charles I, (1600-1649) wearing lace collar, facing three quarters towards the front. The arcaded sides of the bezel are filled with black enamel dotted with white spots, and there is a "memento mori" skull and cross bones enamelled on the back. Plain hoop with forked foliate and scrolled shoulders. Ring and cameo, English, after 1649.
Ancient Roman Pure Gold Ring with Carnelian Stone from 100 B.C. -150 A.D. ...
Gold filigree and beaded ring, the broad hoop supporting the square bezel set with an amethyst cameo bust of the Virgin Mary, veiled, hands raised in prayer, inscribed in Greek letters MR OY. (Mary Mother of God), facing front. The back is incised with a cross and the Greek letters IC XC (Jesus Christ) to each side of the upright. C. 1100.
Gold poesy ring c.1450 - Norman French inscription - "Hold fast, hold true"