Post Medieval Gold Posie Ring - 1650 AD

A lover's gift; a post Medieval gold posie ring, discovered in Warwickshire, England, on the 15th January 2012 and dating to around 1650 AD.

Decorated with a heart, clasped from either side by two cuffed hands, flanked by a lozenge, chevron and pointed oval. With traces of pale blue, red and grey enamel.

The inside of the ring inscribed with a lover's message, reading:

'Favor My Affection'

 

This piece was discovered in 2012, fully recorded by the Portable Antiquities Scheme and then returned to the finder. The full report on this piece can be viewed at the followink link. 

 

Post Medieval Gold Posie Ring - 1650 AD. A lover's gift; a post Medieval gold posie ring, discovered in Warwickshire, England, on the 15th January 2012 and dating to around 1650 AD. Decorated with a heart, clasped from either side by two cuffed hands, flanked by a lozenge, chevron and pointed oval. With traces of pale blue, red and grey enamel. The inside of the ring inscribed with a lover's message, reading: 'Favor My Affection'   This piece was discovered in 2012, fully recorded by the Portable Antiquities Scheme and then returned to the finder. The full report on this piece can be viewed at the followink link.   

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