Inscribed in Hebrew: "Ani l'dodi v'dodi li" which translates I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine. Song of Solomon 6:3, a declaration of mutual love and affection from some of the most passionate verses in the Bible. The Song of Solomon can be read on many levels. On the surface it is about romantic love but it can also be read as an allegory about the relation of the finite to the infinite making it even more complex. Traditionally, the verse has been given as a token of love when engraved on a poesy ring or other jewelry.
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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...
"Myn Gynst" (German: 'My Heart') German with period spelling. 16th century poesy ring, reproduced from the original in the Victoria and Albert Museum. It is engraved in a Gothic script...