Superb bronze ring possibly silver gilt (not tested), when made. Still with the original white gemstone. Cleaned and conserved, this terrific artifact is ready to meet its new owner, and continue the journey. UK ring size U approx. Circa: Late medieval Condition: Very good, cleaned and conserved. Very minor age deformation to hoop. Minor pitting to stone and ring, commensurate with age. Return within 10 days for a full refund. Free UK delivery

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Stirrup rings originated as  Bishops "Rings of Office" around the 6th or 7th century., with the name deriving from the obvious similarity to a horse stirrup. Used in both sacred and decorative contexts from the 12th century until the 19th century.