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Signet-ring; silver gilt; inscribed oval bezel.
- Made in: Germany
- Diameter: 0.79 inches (hoop)
- Length: 0.6 inches (bezel)
Inscription TranslationAsk after the peace of Jerusalem.
According to the Braybrooke catalogue, 'A brass ring strongly gilt, with a long oval flat signet, engraved with Hebrew characters, "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem," from the cxxii Psalm. Possibly one of the rings given to tourists at Jerusalem as a certificate of their visit; called in the East, Hadji or Pilgrims' rings. Purchased in 1857.' This ring is illustrated in Braybrooke but not reproduced in Dalton.
- Named in inscription: Jerusalem
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCN12171
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