Take this ring of regeneration and use it in your travels. Inspired by an Anglo-Saxon relic featured at the National Museum of Denmark.
The 9th century original was discovered in Bramham cum Oglethorpe, West Yorkshire. It was found in or before 1732. The runic inscription is identical to that on the kingmoor ring - though each ring showcases a unique artistic interpretation of the runes, and the seemingly more experienced goldsmith who made the Bramham Moor variant avoids overflowing text into the rings interior.
Our faithful reproduction is decorated by the runes ᛭ᚫᚱᛦᚱᛁᚢᚠᛚᛏ᛭ᛦᚱᛁᚢᚱᛁᚦᚩᚾ᛭ᚷᛚᚫᛋᛏᚫᛈᚩᚾ͡ᛏᚩᚿ. Translated to ÆRKRIUFLTKRIURIÞONGLÆSTÆPONTOL - the meaning has not been fully deciphered but is thought to be of magical nature - likely a spell of healing or regeneration.
This item is created by lost wax casting a 3d printed mold and is manufactured in the United States. It is made to order - please allow 2-3 weeks for production.
Inspired by History
Each unique design in our collection is an original work of art, influenced by a historical piece, artifact, or antique in a Museum or private collection.
Made by Hand
Every beautiful work we craft is hand-made by master artistans - shaped, detailed and embellished using the same age-old techniques as have goldsmiths and lapidaries through the ages.
Materials You Can Feel Good About
Recycled metals. Conflict free diamonds and natural gemstones sourced directly from the mines. We've taken great care to create a supply chain that we feel good about, so you can too.
I wanted some exotic and unique but not too flashy rings and this ring caught my eyes. One difference from the photo of this site, it had dark inlay background, but I liked it for runes stand out better. International shipping took a long time but the package arrived without any harm.
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a little thicker than I expected but gorgeous, really awesome ring
Shipping took about a few weeks, item arrived as described. There is an inlay of Niello to help the runes standoff from the silver backing.
This wasn't described in the listing, but it only adds to the piece.
Slight correction, the inlay is liver of sulphur, Niello is used in the original but as it contains lead it is not commonly used today. So glad you love the ring and thank you for your review.