Inscribed Sapphire Ring | Italian | The Met
Many rings employ stones repurposed from other pieces of jewelry. This extraordinary ring showcases a large sapphire inscribed in Arabic with the name: “Abd as-Salam ibn Ahmad.” The stone, engraved centuries before the ring was created, was clearly highly prized
Devotional Ring | British (?) | The Met
Devotional Ring Date: 13th century Culture: British (?) Medium: Gold and sapphire Dimensions: Height 26.6 mm.; hoop inner diam. 20 mm.; hoop outer diam. 23.5 mm; bezel 10 x 13.4 mm.; weight 8.71 g.
Ring Brooch | German | The Met
Date: ca. 1340–49. Geography: Made in Midde Rhineland, Germany. Culture: German. Medium: Gold, spinels, and sapphires. Dimensions: Overall: 7/8 x 3/16 in....
Disk Brooch | Frankish | The Met
Found in Niederbreisig, western Germany; Friedrich Queckenberg (Germany), Niederbreisig, Germany; Joseph Queckenberg, Niederbreisig, Germany; J. Pierpont Morgan (American), London and New York (until 1913); Estate of J
"Oxwich Brooch" 14th Century, Gemmeus. Handcrafted, Designer Maker Jewellery
"Oxwich Brooch" 14th Century, Gemmeus. Handcrafted classical and revival jewellery design by Nicky Wade, professional Designer/Maker. From Roman, Viking, Saxon, Specialising in Medieval, Tudor, Georgian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco jewellery. For historical enthusiasts, Heritage establishments, Craft and Design Boutiques and anyone who appreciates British craftsmanship.
signet-ring | British Museum
Gold signet-ring with a massive channeled hoop and a circular bezel engraved with a lion passant regardant (?) statant guardant (?) and a scroll with a motto in black letter.
annular brooch | British Museum
Annular brooch; gold, emeralds, pink and blue sapphires, pearls; of circular form with eight bosses; the bosses alternately openwork set with a winged beast, emerald, pink sapphire; from each boss a projection set alternately with pearls and sapphires;