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Medieval turquoisebishop's stirrup ring 'God gives me the joy of love'. Set to center with an oval turquoise cabochon on a domed bezel to a slim flat slightly tapering band, exterior inscribed in Lombardic script '+DEV:ME DOINST:IOIE:DEMAMOR', translated as 'God gives me the joy of love'. Tested yellow gold, approximately 2g in weight, circa 14th century.
Accompanied by documentation stating that this piece was found at Hopton on Sea, Norfolk in 2009; disclaimed as Treasure under the Treasure Act, case reference 2009T271.
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