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KasvisHovi - Juureksia

KasvisHovi - Juureksia

14th century medieval ring found in a field in Espoo, Finland. Probably of royal Swedish origin.

A local resident sweeping a field with a metal detector in Espoo last week discovered an elaborate gold ring dating back to the It is a unique find in Finland that hints at how powerful men of the Middle Ages travelled the King& Road.

Rare French medieval ring gold (high karat). The box bezel is set with a cabochon-cut sapphire of a beautiful deep color, very probably from the Massif Central (Riou Pezzouliou near Puy en Velay) held by four claws. The hoop is decorated with engraved leaves on the shoulders. France, late 13th century

The box bezel is set with a cabochon-cut sapphire of a beautiful deep color, very probably from the Massif Central (Riou Pezzouliou near Puy en Velay) held by four claws. The hoop is decorated with engraved lea

Here are some cool, funny and creative pillow designs that think outside the box.

Here are some cool, funny and creative pillow designs that think outside the box. ecept some ar bad, like boyfriend pillow.

Viking lead spindle-whorl found in Estonia, 10th-11th century AD. Toroid in form with central hole and "sunburst" diagonal-line design with pellets around both sides.

Viking lead spindle-whorl found in Estonia, century AD. Toroid in form with central hole and "sunburst" diagonal-line design with pellets around both sides.

French saphire and gold ring circa 1300's This gold ring is set with a sapphire, a popular choice of stone in the Middle Ages, worn by the nobility or royalty, the gem being by far the most valuable part of the ring. Gem rings were considered to have amuletic and protective power. Sapphires were believed by some writers to promote chastity,peace and reconciliation and to cure snake bites, also to have cooling powers to cure headaches and heal ulcers. V Search the Collections

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Gold ring, the hexagonal bezel set with a sapphire. The shoulders decorated with chased dragon-heads, possibly France, (made)

16th Century German wedding ring, double ring, with Latin inscription “What God Hath Joined Together, Let No Man Put Asunder.” (via http://www.lookinart.tv/)

Century German wedding ring, double ring, with Latin inscription “What God Hath Joined Together, Let No Man Put Asunder.

Jewel of Bavaria 2 -  SALE - Adjustable Opulent Glass Medieval ring, Empress Purple Ring, Bead Embroidered

Jewel of Bavaria 2 - SALE - Adjustable Opulent Glass Medieval ring, Empress Purple Ring, Bead Embroidered

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