Finger Ring with a Cross


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 301

Most rings were purely decorative in nature, sometimes using Christian symbols. Others, with monograms or names, also served as seals for impressing documents.

Finger Ring with a Cross, Gold, Frankish

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