Gold Ring with Ancient Roman Coin of Emperor Constantine (306 - 346). 18-karat gold ring, created by the vendor in Italy, decorated with four cabochon rubies and set with a bronze Roman coin commemorating the New Rome: Constantinople. The coin is of a type minted under Constantine I and his sons, and put in circulation between 330 and 346

gold ring, created by Vendor in Italy, decorated with four and set with a bronze Roman coin commemorating the New Rome: Constantinople.

Museum quality roman gold intaglio seal ring circa 100-200 ad

16th century gold signet ring with a rose at centre.

Lovely rose center - reminds me of a Tudor rose. Would make a sweet pinky ring.

intaglio jewellery

Classical Greek carnelian intaglio signet ring, circa Photo courtesy Greek Gold: Jewelry of the Classical World, by Dyfri Williams.

Ancient Lion Coin Ring - pave in berkeley

Ancient Lion Coin Ring Model: Yellow gold ring featuring an ancient Greek coin from Thrace, Cherronesos, Finger size

Large Antique Carnelian Heraldic Crest, Signet Ring 18K & Sterling Silver Custom Set, Tampico SF. by TampicoJewelry on Etsy

by TampicoJewelry on Etsy

16th century gold signet ring with a rose to centre and lions to shoulder. The Latin phrase sub rosa means "under the rose" and is used in English to denote secrecy or confidentiality, similar to the Chatham House Rule. The rose as a symbol of secrecy has an ancient history.  | DB Gems

In the century, the symbol of Henry VIII of England was the stylised Tudor dynasty rose. A large image of the rose covered the ceiling of the private chamber where decisions of state were n in secret.

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