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Ancient Art Gallery a sapphire inset bronze ring probably samanid/ seljuk 12th CENTURY The conical bezel set with a lightly faceted cabochon blue sapphire, the shank of lozenge section narrowing at each end Ask about this price:  1500 USD

Ancient Art Gallery a sapphire inset bronze ring probably samanid/ seljuk CENTURY The conical bezel set with a lightly faceted cabochon blue sapphire, the shank of lozenge section narrowing at each end Ask about this price: 1500 USD

Ancient Art Gallery a sapphire inset bronze ring probably samanid/ seljuk 12th CENTURY The conical bezel set with a lightly faceted cabochon blue sapphire, the shank of lozenge section narrowing at each end Ask about this price:  1500 USD

Ancient Art Gallery a sapphire inset bronze ring probably samanid/ seljuk CENTURY The conical bezel set with a lightly faceted cabochon blue sapphire, the shank of lozenge section narrowing at each end Ask about this price: 1500 USD

SAPPHIRE INSET SILVER NIELLO RING PROBABLY MAMLUK SYRIA, 14TH CENTURY The conical bezel with an elegant niello naskh inscription, set with a lightly faceted cabochon blue sapphire, the shank of lozenge section narrowing at each end 1.1/8in. (2.8cm.) high. The inscription is difficult to read in full. It appears to be a prayer in Arabic.  Sale 6281 Lot 300,  Islamic 11 April 2000, London, King Street

SAPPHIRE INSET SILVER NIELLO RING PROBABLY MAMLUK SYRIA, 14TH CENTURY The conical bezel with an elegant niello naskh inscription, set with a lightly faceted cabochon blue sapphire, the shank of lozenge section narrowing at each end 1.1/8in. (2.8cm.) high. The inscription is difficult to read in full. It appears to be a prayer in Arabic. Sale 6281 Lot 300, Islamic 11 April 2000, London, King Street

This 13th century gold ecclesiastic ring is set with cabochon cut sapphire. The triangular shank is inscribed 'In manus tuas Domine commendo spiritum meum in cri'. This translates as 'into thy hands I commend my spirit', the last words spoken by Jesus.

This century gold ecclesiastic ring is set with cabochon cut sapphire. The triangular shank is inscribed 'In manus tuas Domine commendo spiritum meum in cri'. This translates as 'into thy hands I commend my spirit', the last words spoken by Jesus.

Medieval Gold `Love conquers all: I am here in place of a lover` Posy Ring  13th century AD. A D-section hoop with three raised quatrefoil motifs to the outer face, stepped shoulders and pie-dish bezel with inset cabochon sapphire; to the chamfered outer faces of the hoop, the legend in seriffed capitals `+AM*ORVI*NCIT*IOMI` (amor vincit omnia: `love conquers all`) and `+IE*SVII*CIEN*LIVD` (ie sui ici en lieu: `I am am here in place (of a lover)`.

Medieval Gold `Love conquers all: I am here in place of a lover` Posy century AD.

Probably England 12-13 c  Gold ring, the oval pie-dish bezel set with a cabochon sapphire; 18.75 mm ring dia; 4.28 g   WA1897.CDEF.F355  The sapphire was a popular stone in the Medieval times and was actually believed to protect the wearer against fraud and protect their chastity.  Taylor and Scarisbrick, Finger Rings from Ancient Egypt to the present day, 1978, no. 296

Probably England 12-13 c Gold ring, the oval pie-dish bezel set with a cabochon sapphire; 18.75 mm ring dia; 4.28 g WA1897.CDEF.F355 The sapphire was a popular stone in the Medieval times and was actually believed to protect the wearer against fraud and protect their chastity. Taylor and Scarisbrick, Finger Rings from Ancient Egypt to the present day, 1978, no. 296

Posy ring, with the inscriptions ‘Hail Mary, full of Grace’, and ‘Love Conquers All’. Made in Europe, c.1250-1300

Gold and sapphire posy ring, c Perhaps the most commonly found inscription is 'Amor Vincit Omnia', a motto found on a brooch worn by the flirtatious Prioress in Chaucer's Prologue to the 'Canterbury Tales', written around

circa 1300-1400, European gold ring set with cabochon sapphire. Minimal stone cutting typical of the period

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circa European gold ring set with cabochon sapphire. Minimal stone cutting typical of the period

ROMAN GOLD FINGER RING SET WITH A RELIEF OF A WEDDED COUPLE         2nd-3rd Century AD

Roman gold finger ring set with a relief of a wedded couple standing with hands joined in dextrarum iunctio, bezel set in an elaborate mounting of swirling ropes and beading.

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