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1400-1425,Brooch, heart-shaped, gold, traces of enamel. On the reverse the surface is concave, with traces of white enamel; on the front is engraved in black letter '* sanz de partir' ('Without being parted'), the words interspersed with floral sprigs and terminating in a rosette.

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Heart-shaped brooch Place of origin: England, Great Britain (possibly, made) France (possibly) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Gold, engraved;

This is the front of a cast gold ring brooch associated with Kames on Bute in the Inner Hebrides. The brooch dates from the 14th century or around 1300.

This is the front of a cast gold ring brooch associated with Kames on Bute in the Inner Hebrides. The brooch dates from the century or around

Ring Brooch Date: 13th century Culture: Western European Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: Overall Diameter: 7/8 in. (2.2 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Copper alloy Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 1957 Accession Number: 57.26.5 Provenance: John Hunt, Drumleck Baily, Dublin (until 1957) References: Brown, Katharine R. "Six Gothic Brooches at The Cloisters." In The Cloisters: Studies in Honor of the Fiftieth Anniversary, edited by Elizabeth C. Parker. New York: The Metropolitan Mu

Ring Brooch Date: century Culture: Western European Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: Overall Diameter: in. cm) Classification: Metalwork-Copper alloy Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 1957

Reverse, Gold Ring Brooch with Sapphires, German, Middle Rhine, c. 1340 - 1349

Ring Brooch

Reverse, Gold Ring Brooch with Sapphires, German, Middle Rhine, c.

Ring brooch Place of origin: England, Great Britain (possibly, made) France (possibly, made) Date: 1400-1500 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Gold, enamel

Ring brooch

Place of origin: England, Great Britain (possibly, made) France (possibly, made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Gold, enamel Credit Line: Given by Dame Joan Evans Museum number: Gallery location: In Storage

England, Britain (possibly, made) France (possibly, made) Date:1400-1500 (made) Artist/Maker:unknown (production) Materials and Techniques:Gold, enamel Engraved on the obverse with the inscription in French: 'canc*d / epaer / tir' [Modern French, 'sans departir'] 'Without leaving' The reverse is engraved with a wreath of bows and pine sprigs.

Ring brooch

Ring brooch Place of origin: England, Great Britain (possibly, made) France (possibly, made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Gold, enamel Credit Line: Given by Dame Joan Evans

Jews and the Arts in Medieval Europe | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ring Brooch, German, Middle Rhine Gold, spinels, sapphires x

Ring brooch, gilded silver. On the first side, engraved with a black letter inscription '+ Jhesus: naz[ar]enus Rex: Iudeorum' (Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews). On the other side similarly engraved with 'Johannus / : Lamb' (John Lamb), each word separated by scrolling ivy foliage. The head of the pin is engraved with a Latin cross on the first side, and on the other side with a floriated cross. 1400-1450 (made) ENGLAND

Ring brooch, (made). Silver-gilt ring brooch inscribed in Latin 'Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews' and in English 'John Lamb'.

Medieval Gold Heart-shaped Brooch with sword clasp, maker unknown,ca. 1400.

Brooch Place of origin: France (probably, made) England, Great Britain (possibly, made) Date: ca. 1400 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Gold Dimensions Height: cm, Width: 3 cm

Amatory brooch, made in Germany, c.1340-60 (source). The inscription reads: VREWELININ VRME DEI HRZE LEVEL NSTE MOIS IC IN SIN (‘Fair ...

‘Fair lady, may I always remain close to your heart’ - German amatory brooch,

A gold and gem set buckle, circa 13th/14th century Of circular form, with two raised collet set stones, one garnet, the other later replaced with a faceted ruby, engraved with zigzag decoration, unmarked, length l1.5cm.

A gold and gem set buckle, circa century Of circular form, with two…

Annular brooch with beautiful entwined foliate decoration typical of the decoration found on Iona medieval grave slabs

Annular brooch with beautiful entwined foliate decoration typical of the decoration found on Iona medieval grave slabs

Ring brooch, last quarter of 14th century 0.4 x 1.8 ,

Ring brooch, last quarter of century x ,

Object types  brooch (scope note | all objects)    Materials  gold (scope note | all objects)  Techniques  relief (all objects)  plaited (all objects)  cloisonné (inlay) (?) (scope note | all objects)  Production place  Made in England (all objects)  (Europe,United Kingdom,England)  Date  14thC

flat band forming outline, embellished with cloison loops between clasped hands and flowers in relief;

Gold poesy ring c.1450 - Norman French inscription - "Hold fast, hold true"

Medieval Posy Ring in Gold “Wonderful Medieval ring made of high grade gold in circa The ring is hollow cast gold and perfectly plain on the inside. The outside has a very attractive decoration interspersed with a Norman French inscription.

Dragonesque Brooch  Roman Britain, 1st or 2nd century AD  The ‘dragonesque’ form of this brooch is typically Romano-British: first appearing after the start of the Roman conquest of southern England in AD 43, but embodying native artistic taste.  Dragonesque brooches were not only decorative objects, but also functional fasteners - a strongly-curved pin (missing on this example) would have held a thick fold of cloth.  (Source: The British Musuem)

"Dragonesque" brooch - British Roman - century AD - "The 'dragonesque' form of this brooch is typically Romano-British: first appearing after the start of the Roman conquest of southern England in AD but embodying native artistic taste.

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