Æthelwulf ring: Wiltshire, AD 828-58: Triangular bezel depicting stylized plant motif between two birds. The hoop decorated with a quatrefoil and interlaced knot design. Æthelswith ring: West Yorkshire: Circular bezel with a beaded frame and contains a cruciform filled with leaf motifs. Within a central circle is a charming four-legged animal with a halo and the letters A and D which stand for 'Agnus Dei' (Lamb of God). The ornament on both rings is inlaid with niello to make it stand out.
Jewellery from the Fishpool hoard from mid-15th century ADin found Nottinghamshire, England. The hoard was found in 1966 and comprises comprises 1,237 coins, four rings, four pieces of jewellery and two lengths of chain. One ring, of plain gold, carries an English inscription inside the hoop which means 'Lift up your whole heart'.
BYZANTINE FILIGREE AND GRANULE FINGER RING Circa 10th century AD. A substantial finger ring comprising a cast flat-section hoop with running loop motif between everted edges; on the shoulders, two discoid panels with central boss and radiating lines; the bezel fabricated with cast plaited sides and upper surface discoid with faux-granule decoration formed as an outer ring of filigree