History revealed: Pre- and post-medieval rings declared as treasure in Harrogate

Two historic rings have been declared as treasure at a treasure trove inquest at Harrogate Magistrates Court.
The first, a medieval gold finger ring, was found in Bilton in Ainsty by someone using a metal detector in August last year.
The court heard that the complete cast gold ring featured a traditional medieval pattern with what appeared to be “flowers or fruit” decorated with diamonds and enamel.
Black lettering was also found engraved into the metal on the inside of the band reading: “Mon Cuer Avez” which coroner, Mr Rob Turnbull, said translates to: “my heart is yours”.
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30 January 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 16
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