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    • Created: Tuesday 1st April 2014
    • Object type: FINGER RING

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Record ID: SWYOR-AC4A33
Object type: FINGER RING
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Lincolnshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A fragment of a copper alloy Post Medieval or Modern probable finger ring. The ring is made from a strip of copper alloy which is 4.67mm wide and 0.88mm thick. Only 18mm surivives in length and it is bent back on itself. The strip is decorated with a lozenge shaped design, and transverse bands of milling. It has a dark green patina. It was probably a Georgian fairground ring.
Created on: Tuesday 1st April 2014
Last updated: Tuesday 1st April 2014
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Record ID: IOW-A9AA61
Object type: FINGER RING
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Isle of Wight
Workflow stage: Published Find published
A fragment of a post-Medieval silver-gilt finger-ring (1500-1650). Treasure case no. 2014 T219. The outer face of the plain hoop is convex and the flat inner face is inscribed: [?] CHANGE with serifed capitals. The N has a reversed bar. Gilding has survived on the inner face with small patches on the outer face. The breaks appear to be old. 25.7mm (length); 5.5mm (width); 1.0mm (thickness). Weight: 1.16g. The full inscription may have been 'NEVER TO CHANGE', or 'NO CHANGE TILL DEATH', see British Museum examples: 1961,1202.48; AF.1385
Created on: Tuesday 1st April 2014
Last updated: Tuesday 21st June 2016
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Record ID: NMS-A85804
Object type: FINGER RING
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Norfolk
Workflow stage: Published Find published
Incomplete medieval gold finger ring. An oval collet forms a bezel, the upper half with sloping, concave sides, the lower half with flat sloping sides. The narrow, broken and slightly distorted hoop is oval-sectioned, expanding slightly at the shoulders to small triangular bosses at the join between the hoop and the bezel. There is no trace of engraved decoration and the rear of the hoop is missing. When found, the collet contained a red or pink stone, presumebaly glass, which had sunk into the collect. The stone was accidentally damaged and the fragments lost during examination. …
Created on: Tuesday 1st April 2014
Last updated: Friday 2nd September 2016
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