Medieval ring, England or France, 14th century. Original is stored in the V&A Museum. Brass
Medieval fede ring, Italy, 15c. Brass. From Victoria and Albert Museum. This ring combines the ancient fede (faith) motif of two hands clasped together, with another motif depicting two hands holding a heart.These symbols signified love and fidelity. It is likely that this ring was a love token, representing everlasting love, or perhaps a betrothal ring. Fede rings were made all over Europe in the Middle Ages.
Western European Medieval ring with blue or red gem (glass). Please point out the colour of gem you wish in notes during the checkout. You can also contact us to check the available colours.
Western European Medieval ring with red gem (glass). Brass
16th century wedding double ring with inscription "Homo Non Separet". Germany. 8 - 12 US sizes are available. Brass
Medieval ring with a glass gem. England, 14th century. Red, green or dark blue gems are available. Brass.
European medieval stamp ring with "scissors" seal. Brass The seal was possibly a sign of the weavers or tailors guild. From Victoria and Albert Museum. Diameter of the seal 12 mm. *NOTE: it's the gold plated ring on the photos except the last one.*
Medieval ring with two gems and inscription "Due tout mon coer" ("With all my heart"). France or England, 15th century. Original stored in the V&A Museum. Brass
Medieval ring with natural gem, 13-14 cent. Now available only with amethyst!