Selection of Late Medieval Silver Ring Brooches

A fine selection of two silver-gilt ring brooches from the Late Medieval period. Both feature decoration to the frame and a free moving pin attached by a loop at one end. Brooches of this type have been recovered since Anglo-Saxon times, and, owing to their simplicity and ease of use, remained commonplace until at least 1400 AD. INDIVIDUALLY PRICED.

Date: Circa 14th-15th Century AD
Provenance: From a private Wiltshire jewellery collection; acquired on the UK and European art markets between 1986 and 1994.
Condition: Extremely fine, with some loss of gilding.
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In Middle Ages Europe, the wearing of brooch was very fashionable, with the buckle pinned at the neck as a fastener. Brooches of annular form were used by both men and women from the 12th century onwards, becoming extremely popular during the 13th and 14th centuries. Usually they were made of bronze or silver, and in some cases even gold.

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Reference: For an item similar to A, The British Museum 1873,0602.62 and For an item similar to B, The British Museum item number 1937,0608.2

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