Gold ring brooch with sapphires and garnets, 1250-1300

Ring Brooch Date: Culture: British or French Medium: Gold, sapphires and garnets Dimensions: Overall: × in. × cm) Classification: Metalwork-Gold Accession Number: Metropolitan Museum of Art

England, Britain (possibly, made) France (possibly, made) Date:1400-1500 (made) Artist/Maker:unknown (production) Materials and Techniques:Gold, enamel Engraved on the obverse with the inscription in French: 'canc*d / epaer / tir' [Modern French, 'sans departir'] 'Without leaving' The reverse is engraved with a wreath of bows and pine sprigs.

Ring brooch

Ring brooch Place of origin: England, Great Britain (possibly, made) France (possibly, made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Gold, enamel Credit Line: Given by Dame Joan Evans

Spilla in oro Etrusca a granulazione .. a sei punte con perle e perline di vetro,e smalto 550 A.C. da Cerveteri

Brooch, Ottonian (probably northern Italy) Gold with pearls, glass, and cloisonné enamel; decorated with miniature architectural forms constructed of fine gold filigree and granulation.

El broche de Tara, obra de inspiración celta de finales del siglo VII o principios del VIII. Pese a su nombre no fue hallado en la colina de.Tara sino a orillasdel mar en Laytown. La obra es de plata dorada,cobre,cristal y ambar,con decoración abstracta de entrelazos. En esta época tan temprana los objetos irlandeses como este no muestran símbolos cristianos ni paganos.

The Tara Brooch: considered to be one of the finest examples of ancient Irish metalworking craftsmanship.

Disk Brooch, early 600s Anglo-Saxon; Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello

Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello

Anglo-Norman, late 13th century A GOLD AND GEM-SET RING BROOCH  of circular section with six collets set alternatively with sapphires and garnets within scrolls of foliage, one sapphire replaced  2.7cm., 1 1/8 in.

Anglo-Norman late century A GOLD AND GEM-SET RING BROOCH of circular section with six collets set alternatively with sapphires and garnets within scrolls of foliage one sapphire replaced

- Bishop's Ring - these rings had to be large as bishops normally wore them over gloves on the third finger of the right hand

An elaborate century bishop’s ring. The green stone is malachite, and the gold setting is decorated with eagles, animal heads, and a floral vine pattern. The inscription reads “Hail Mary full of grace”

Gold ring broochwith two rubies and four emeralds en cabochon. Late Medieval, 14th century. Made in: England. Found/Acquired: Enniscorthy Abbey. British Museum

century ring brooch from Enniscorthy Abbey, gold; set with two rubies and four emeralds en cabochon.

Medieval Jewelry: Signet-ring of the Black Prince (1330–1376). Gold (originally enameled) and ruby, late 14th century

Signet-ring of the Black Prince Gold (originally enameled) and ruby, late century. Found in Montpensier (Auvergne, France), 1866

Roman-Langobardic Disk Brooch with Cameo and Cabochons. The Roman Cameo dates from c. 100 - 300 AD, and the Langobardic brooch from c. 600

Disc brooch with onyx cameo and glass cabochons Date: mount ca. Roman (cameo) Medium: Sheet gold, onyx, glass, and wire Dimensions: Overall: 2 x in. x cm) Classification: Metalwork-Gold Credit Line: Purchase, 1895

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