The slender band of the ring have been inscribed with three equally spaced four-petalled flowers dividing up the enigmatic inscription.

The ring is the first example of this type of Medieval stone-set ring to be recorded in Warwickshire.


Discovered by a metal detectorist near Wixford Church, Warwickshire. Declared Treasure in 2003.

Market Hall Museum

Market Place, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4SA
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