Tudor Period Betrothal Ring with Lovers Knot device
This is a lovely Renaissance silvered betrothal ring, dating to the 16th century A.D. The bezel is decorated with two hearts, bound with a lovers knot. Such a ring would have been gifted to a sweetheart or used as a betrothal ring. It has survived in good excavated condition and can still be worn again today!
OBJECT: Finger Ring
CULTURE: Renaissance - Tudor Period
DATE: c. 1520 - 1620 A.D.
MATERIAL: Bronze tinned
RING SIZE: 9 1/4 (US) S 1/4 (UK)
SIZE: 23mm x 21mm x 3mm (bezel 8mm)
WEIGHT: 3.91 grams
PROVENANCE: Ex. European Private Collection