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Finger ring of gold engraved with a male and a female saint and foliage, with enamelled flowers and letters, inscribed "JR" twice repeated, from Tantallon Castle, mid 15th century

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Gold hoop-ring inscribed CASPAR MELCHIOR BALTAZAR, from Castle Hill, Edinburgh

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Silver hoop ring with panels, inscribed "IHESVS"

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Prayer-ring of bone, dug up in Inveresk Churchyard

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Facsimile of a finger ring of silver-gilt inscribed "MARI IHS", from Pluscarden

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Jewelled ring said to have been given to Buchanan of Arnprior by Prince Charles Edward Stuart

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Silver finger ring inscribed "IHESVS"

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Silver finger ring inscribed "IHESVS NASAR"

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Stirrup-shaped gold finger ring set with a diamond, 14th century, found in the garden of Holyrood Palace

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Gold finger ring with a bezel containing an uncut ruby, from Dunkeld Cathedral, Perthshire, 16th century

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Gold mourning ring with a claw setting and seven opals, the shoulders with black enamel, c. 1700

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Gold finger ring containing a lock of Prince Charles Edward Stuart's hair given by him to Alexander Stuart of Invernayle, with seed pearls once forming the initials "C.R."

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Iconographic ring of silver-gilt from Hume Castle, Berwickshire, 15th century

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Gold and enamel finger ring inset with monogram "JR" and crown, given by James VII and II to Sir Peter Halkett the night he fled from London in 1688

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Finger ring of bronze, brass or pewter, from Culbin Sands, Moray

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Bronze finger ring with a flat round bezel inlaid with enamel, Early Iron Age, from Tarnavie, Dunning, Perthshire, 80 - 200 AD

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