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Gold ring, inscribed TALBOT inside the hoop, the gold bezel consisting of twelve small diamonds set as a six-pointed star round a glass-topped box containing hair
Broad ring of leaded bronze inscribed with Anglo-Saxon runes, 800 - 1000 AD, from Cramond Churchyard, Edinburgh
Gold memorial ring of Charles II, with a miniature of the king under glass in the bezel, late 17th century
Gold mourning ring for Lord Lovat, executed 1747, inscribed "SIN LD LOVAT BED 9 APR 1747. AE.80.", and inside "Dulce et Decorum est Pro Patria Mori"
Gold and enamel ring inset with a gold medallion of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, inscribed "C.P.R." and "DUM SPIRAT SPERO", probably by exiled Edinburgh goldsmith Adam Tait in Paris, c. 1750
Gold and enamel "Four Peers" ring, commemorating the four Jacobite lords - Kilmarnock, Derwentwater, Balmerino and Lovat - executed in 1746 - 1747 for their part in the Rising, c. 1747
One of a collection of Jacobite relics amassed by Sir John Hynde Cotton and his descendants - a gold ring of the Order of the Knights of Toboso, inscribed A Fair Meeting On The Green
Signet ring of silver alloyed with copper inset with a cornelian intaglio of Silvanus, from Culbin Sands, Moray, 100 - 200 AD
Late Bronze Age bronze circular hollow ring from Monmore, Killin, Perthshire, 1000-800 BC
Bronze ring from Monmore