Rare bague du Moyen Age en or (probablement 14k avec argent en alliage) à chaton octogonal, de forme conique, gravé sur quatre pans d'un motif d'ancre marine. L'ancre marine est un symbole de l'Espérance, une des trois Vertus Théologales, avec la Foi et la Charité… Ce qui indique que la bague devait appartenir à un ecclésiastique et servait peut-être d'anneau pastoral. L'anneau est uni, de section rectangulaire et il se rattache au chaton par l'intermédiaire d'une bande de métal incisée.La…

Rare bague du Moyen Age en or (probablement 14k avec argent en alliage) à chaton octogonal, de forme conique, gravé sur quatre pans d'un motif d'ancre marine. L'ancre marine est un symbole de l'Espérance, une des trois Vertus Théologales, avec la Foi et la Charité… Ce qui indique que la bague devait appartenir à un ecclésiastique et servait peut-être d'anneau pastoral. L'anneau est uni, de section rectangulaire et il se rattache au chaton par l'intermédiaire d'une bande de métal incisée.La…

Un fouet en cuir d'excellente qualité avec 12 lanières. Manche renforcé de 11 cm avec anneau en D. Chaque lanière fait 3 mm d'épaisseur & 40 cm de long.

Un fouet en cuir d'excellente qualité avec 12 lanières. Manche renforcé de 11 cm avec anneau en D. Chaque lanière fait 3 mm d'épaisseur & 40 cm de long.

Anneau ecclésiastique - XIIIème siècle - Birmingham

Anneau ecclésiastique - XIIIème siècle - Birmingham

This 13th century gold ecclesiastic ring is set with cabochon cut sapphire. The triangular shank is inscribed 'In manus tuas Domine commendo spiritum meum in cri'. This translates as 'into thy hands I commend my spirit', the last words spoken by Jesus.

This 13th century gold ecclesiastic ring is set with cabochon cut sapphire. The triangular shank is inscribed 'In manus tuas Domine commendo spiritum meum in cri'. This translates as 'into thy hands I commend my spirit', the last words spoken by Jesus.

Warhammer 40k by AlexBoca

Warhammer 40k by AlexBoca

Devotional Badge with Saint James Flanked by Two Kneeling Pilgrims, c. 1200-1250                                                Italy, Venice, 13th century

Devotional Badge with Saint James Flanked by Two Kneeling Pilgrims, c. 1200-1250 Italy, Venice, 13th century

Finger ring 15th century Europe

Finger ring 15th century Europe

1480-1500 (Late Medieval). Flemish. Lead badges such as this one were purchased by pilgrims as mementos of holy sites they had visited. Originally there were loops at top and bottom for the pilgrim to sew the badges onto a hat or cloak. This example represents Saint Adrian. Saint Adrian holds in his left hand a sword and a banner, inscribed with his name: S. ADRIANUS. In his right hand, he holds an upended hammer on an anvil.

1480-1500 (Late Medieval). Flemish. Lead badges such as this one were purchased by pilgrims as mementos of holy sites they had visited. Originally there were loops at top and bottom for the pilgrim to sew the badges onto a hat or cloak. This example represents Saint Adrian. Saint Adrian holds in his left hand a sword and a banner, inscribed with his name: S. ADRIANUS. In his right hand, he holds an upended hammer on an anvil.

Medieval Tart Mold Ring - Hexagonal twin bezel set with an emerald and a ruby, in the shape of a tart mold; 14th - 15th century, Western Europe

Medieval Tart Mold Ring - Hexagonal twin bezel set with an emerald and a ruby, in the shape of a tart mold; 14th - 15th century, Western Europe

Copper alloy disc brooch with seven lobes, one of which is now missing, and cloisonné enamel centrepiece EARLY MEDIEVAL Circa AD 901 to: AD 1100

Copper alloy disc brooch with seven lobes, one of which is now missing, and cloisonné enamel centrepiece EARLY MEDIEVAL Circa AD 901 to: AD 1100

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