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Late 14th century/ early 15th century  Gold ring, the bezel in the form of a spur with a twelve-pointed revolving rowel, the hoop decorated with scrollwork and niello and terminating in dragon's heads at the shoulders. This ring is part of a collection of 'Veneto-Byzantine' jewellery found in 1840 in the Castle of Chalcis on the Greek island of Euboea (known as Negroponte by the Venetians).

Ring Late century/ early century Gold ring, the bezel in the form of a spur with a twelve-pointed revolving rowel, the hoop decorated with scrollwork and niello and terminating in dragon's heads at the shoulders mm internal ring diameter;

14th Century: Ring

Ring century Gold ring, the pyramidal bezel nielloed with a flower on each side and set with a cabochon ruby, the circular hoop decorated with niello scrollwork, the shoulders terminating in dragon's heads mm internal ring diameter;

Medieval Gold 'Eu Bon Amour' Posy Ring, 14th century.

A gold flat-section posy ring with star and flower decoration to the outer face between the texts eu bon amour (for good love); on the inner face floral decoration and the text eu bon au.

Clasp: Treasury Of Colmar, mid 1300's.

century hexagonal brooch with clasped hands motif and inscription. In chased gold with pearls. (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée de Cluny - musée national du Moyen-Âge) / Jean-Gilles Berizzi.

Ring brooch      Place of origin:      Scandinavia (possibly, made)     Hungary (possibly, made)     Date:      1300-1400 (made)

Ring brooch Scandinavia (possibly, made) Hungary (possibly, made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silver, silver gilt, previously set with gems and possibly pearls