This ring is modeled after an original gold poesy ring from the 16th or 17th century, currently in the collection of the British Museum. Spelling and grammar were inconsistent during the 16th century and earlier, and the period spelling is faithfully reproduced on this poesy ring. The outside is ornamented with sixteen round cornered stars in relief. The sentiment engraved on the interior is in period English, written and spelled exactly as on the original. Who wouldn't be charmed to receive such a declaration of love?
All rings are gift boxed. Story cards are included that provide detail about the history behind each design.
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"Vous et Nul Autre" (French ~ You and no other) The design of this poesy ring was inspired by a ring from the 15th century, now in the Victoria &...
"Yours Onli" The 17th century gold original of this poesy ring was handmade and is now in the British Museum. The delicate interlacing pattern engraved on the outside is in...
"God unite both in love"This ring is modeled after an original poesy ring from the 17th century, which can be found in the Ashmolean Museum in England. It has been faithfully...