Exhibitions/ Art Object

Renaissance Posy Ring “Providence Divine Hath Made Thee Mine”

Date:
ca. 1600–1650
Culture:
British
Medium:
Gold
Dimensions:
Circumference 62 mm.; weight 9 g.
Classification:
Metalwork-Gold
Credit Line:
Griffin Collection
Accession Number:
L.2015.72.48
Not on view
New York. The Cloisters Museum & Gardens, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Treasures and Talismans: Rings from the Griffin Collection," May 1–October 18, 2015.

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