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MEDIEVAL and Later
Finger Rings and Brooches

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WMA 2981

Medieval Silver Finger Ring An unusual wide banded silver finger ring, the whole piece is decorated in a coiled wire design that terminates in an engraved eye shape. 14th-16th century. 20 mm internal diameter and 15 mm at the widest point. Traces of gilding remain.

185.00

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WMA 8530

Medieval Copper Alloy Seal Ring. A large sturdy copper alloy seal ring, the bezel engraved with a crowned letter W. 15th-16th Century. Berkshire. 18 mm internal diameter. Wearable.

65.00

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WMA 8214

Medieval Copper Alloy Finger Ring. A good sized copper alloy finger ring in the shape of a stirrup. This stirrup ring is unusual as the bezel is plain and not set with a semiprecious stone. Circa 13th - 15th century. North Yorkshire. 20.5mm internal diameter. Complete, wearable and with an overall even green patina.

45.00

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WMA 8685

Medieval Copper Alloy Finger Ring. A good sized copper alloy finger ring with flat oval plain bezel. The hoop is circular in section and decorated around the circumference with a transverse ribbing design. Circa 13th - 15th century. North Yorkshire. 18.5mm internal diameter. Complete and wearable.

25.00

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WMA 8447

Medieval Inscribed Silver Ring Brooch. A silver ring brooch of flat rectangular cross-section. engraved with + IExSxVxSx IIAxA (Jesus of Nazareth) in Gothic letters. The letter 'x' represents saltires used as decorative 'spacers on the inscription. 13th-14th Century. 18 mm diameter. Toned, old collection piece. Complete with working pin.

325.00

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WMA 8575

Medieval Silver Gilt Ring Brooch. A rare ornate silver gilt ring brooch decorated with elaborate open-work filigree and complete with sword shaped pin. 1200 - 1300 AD. See UKDFD 950 for similar. 23 mm. Complete with working pin.

225.00

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WMA 6983

Medieval Silver Gilt Ring Brooch. A very finely made round section silver ring brooch, the whole body decorated in a deep rope design. 12th-14th Century. 16 mm diameter. Complete with working pin and nearly 100% of the gilded surface intact. An attractive piece in very good condition.

145.00

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WMA 4408

Medieval Silver Gilt Ring Brooch A finely made silver ring brooch of round section with a stepped inside collar, decorated on the outer edge with two knobs. 12th-14th Century. 14 mm diameter. Complete with working pin and much of the gilding intact. Purposely designed with two knobs to one side only.

85.00

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WMA 4409

Medieval Silver Ring Brooch A well made silver ring brooch of round section. 12th-14th Century. 18 mm diameter. Complete with working pin.

75.00

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WMA 7200

Medieval Disc Brooch . A copper-alloy disc brooch that consists of a thin circular front plate riveted at the centre to a clasp. The front plate is decorated to simulate a seal matrix with a star like motif in the centre and pseudo legend around. Circa 13th - 14th century. UKDFD # 28623. East Yorkshire. 25mm diameter. An extremely rare if not unique piece. Illustrated in The Yorkshire Numismatist # 4, page 212, Fig 23.

125.00

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WMA 6102

Medieval Stirrup Ring Brooch. A bronze brooch in the shape of a stirrup finger ring. These rings were a very popular style at the time. 12th-14th century. See Hattatt 1339A. 26 mm high. Attractive green patina and complete with working pin.

75.00

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WMA 6104

Medieval Ring Brooch. A bronze ring brooch of flat section, decorated with eight raised cups, four of which still contain the white paste. 12th-15th Century. 21 mm diameter. Complete with working pin.

45.00

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WMA 8578

Medieval Ring Brooch. An attractive copper alloy ring brooch of flat section, decorated with six raised cups, two of which still retain the green glass inserts. 13th - 14th century. North Yorkshire 18 mm diameter. Complete with working pin.

45.00

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WMA 8005

Medieval Ring Brooch. A copper alloy ring brooch of flat section, decorated with four raised cups, three of which still contain the white paste. 13th - 14th century. Nottinghamshire. 20 mm diameter. Complete with working pin.

40.00

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WMA 8315

Medieval Ring Brooch. A good sized copper alloy ring brooch of square section, decorated with six raised turrets. 13th - 14th century. North Yorkshire 29 mm diameter. Complete with working pin.

35.00

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WMA 7446

Medieval Ring Brooch. A finely made bronze ring brooch of oval section, the face side has an engraved ribbed decoration while the rear of the brooch is plain. 13th-14th Century. 28 mm diameter. Complete with working pin.

35.00

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WMA 7611

Medieval Ring Brooch. A good sized copper-alloy ring brooch of circular section. 12th-14th century. 35 mm diameter. Complete with working pin.

25.00

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