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Gold signet ring with an oval bezel engraved with an unidentified arms and inscribed in black letter iohanni loupsht(?) , West Europe, 15th century.

Escutcheon - Gold signet ring with an oval bezel engraved with an unidentified arms and inscribed in black letter iohanni loupsht (?), century made, west European.

This is a fabulous medieval silver signet ring, dating to the 12th - 13th century. The Ring is a large and robust example, designed for a man to wear. It bears a Sicilian eagle device as a seal, bold and artistically engraved. The ring would have been worn by a nobleman during the reign of Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor. This would have seen action during the period of the Crusades, in the Holy Land as favor or badge of office. No doubt this ring would have been worn by a Norman knight

This is a fabulous medieval silver signet ring, dating to the 12th - 13th century. The Ring is a large and robust example, designed for a man to wear. It bears a Sicilian eagle device as a seal, bold and artistically engraved. The ring would have been worn by a nobleman during the reign of Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor. This would have seen action during the period of the Crusades, in the Holy Land as favor or badge of office. No doubt this ring would have been worn by a Norman knight

Circa 15th-century England, this gold signet ring features the Talbot, an extinct hunting dog known for its courage, vigilance, and loyalty. The Talbot was also the badge of the medieval Earls of Shrewsbury, and John Talbot, the first Earl of Shrewsbury, was a famous soldier who is sometimes referred to as the “English Achilles.”

Circa England, this gold signet ring features the Talbot, an extinct hunting dog known for its courage, vigilance, and loyalty.

Visa bild | Sök i samlingarna | Historiska museet

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Title: Purse Description: More Info Tags: Pouch Date: 15th-16th century Artist: Unknown Provenance: European Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Purse Date: century Culture: European Medium: Iron, leather Dimensions: Overall: 9 x 7 x 1 in. x x cm) purse clasp only: 5 x 6 x 1 in. x x cm) Classification: Metalwork-Iron Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 1952 Accession Number:

Poulaines are decorated leather shoes with very long, pointed toes, which were very popular among fashionable young men of the late Middle Ages. At their most extreme, poulaines had toes that extended twenty-four inches beyond the wearer's feet and had to be supported by thin chains that connected the toe to the knee.

Antique for sale Middle ages crakow shoe gothic poulaine footwear in medieval leather Shoe Footwear Boot Accessory Fashion clothes beauty accessory

A medieval case (probably a penner) Visa bild | Sök i samlingarna | Historiska museet

A medieval case (probably a penner) Visa bild | Sök i samlingarna | Historiska museet