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Post-Medieval silvericonographic ring. A silver ring fitted with a rectangular bezel, separated in two by a central ridge, each section intricately engraved with a robed saint and also engraved to the left a miniature church, flanked by decoratively engraved shoulders featuring large foliate motifs, leading to a solid patterned shank, approximately 5.65g in weight. Tested silver gilt, circa 1500-1550.
Accompanied by documentation stating that this piece was found in Binbrook, Lincolnshire, in September 2018, under the Portable Antiquities Scheme, with supporting letter from the British Museum declaring this item is treasure, disclaimed under the Treasure Act, reference: 2018T732.
This ring shows exceptional craftsmanship in its engraved details and is in fine condition commensurate with its age.