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Gold posy ring with inscription engraved on outside with a heart pierced by arrows, an anchor, a true lover's knot and other devices which have been enamelled. The inscription inside was also enamelled originally. No maker's mark; damaged hoop.
- Made in: England
- (Europe,British Isles,England)
- Diameter: 0.72 inches
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Inscription Typemaker's mark
According to the Braybrooke catalogue, 'The surface is covered with various patterns, among which a heart is conspicuous, the rest appear to be leaves of flowers probably forget-me-nots; but among these I fancy I can trace a cross and a double X or two C's. This ring was obtained with preceding, but the date may not be qute so old'. The preceding ring no 187 was 'bought of Mr Warren, of Ixworth, Suffolk, by William Fuller Maitland, Esq., by whom it was presented to me, March 14th, 1857'. Mr Warren was Joseph Warren. See also AF 1349 (Dalton 1268)
Not on display
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
Group of Objects
Gold posy ring with inscription and maker's mark. Exterior wreathed and enamelled in turquoise blue bands of enamel each relieved by a small circle reserved in the metal, alternating with the gold.
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Object reference number: MCN7692
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