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A 16th century gold signet ring The engraved crest blazoned on a wreath with a dragon's head and the intial letters EF in reverse.

A 16th century gold signet ring The engraved crest blazoned on a wreath with a dragon's head and the intial letters EF in reverse.

1530-1540. Hat Badge; gold; circular medallion with enamelled frame and enamelled applied relief with Christ and the woman of Samaria at Jacob's well; there are four enamelled loops attached to the back-plate; the enamel is red, green, blue and opaque white.

1530-1540. Hat Badge; gold; circular medallion with enamelled frame and enamelled applied relief with Christ and the woman of Samaria at Jacob's well; there are four enamelled loops attached to the back-plate; the enamel is red, green, blue and opaque white.

Signet Ring 5th Century AD (?) Found in Izmir province, Turkey (Source: The British Museum)

Signet Ring 5th Century AD (?) Found in Izmir province, Turkey (Source: The British Museum)

Bracelet with central medallion, Hellenistic, 2nd century B.C.  Greek  Gold, glass  Diam. 3 7/16 in. (8.7 cm)  Purchase, The Concordia Foundation Gift and Marguerite and Frank Cosgrove Jr. Fund, 2001 (2001.230)

Bracelet with central medallion, Hellenistic, 2nd century B.C. Greek Gold, glass Diam. 3 7/16 in. (8.7 cm) Purchase, The Concordia Foundation Gift and Marguerite and Frank Cosgrove Jr. Fund, 2001 (2001.230)

Signet ring Place of origin:England, Great Britain (made) Date:1400-1500

Signet ring

An Anglo Saxon ring found by a friend in an English garden. The stone is a Roman intaglio showing Mars; the body probably a 8th Century brooch; and the shaft a 10th C addition - so the experts say.

An Anglo Saxon ring found by a friend in an English garden. The stone is a Roman intaglio showing Mars; the body probably a 8th Century brooch; and the shaft a 10th C addition - so the experts say.

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