Ring, Medieval, Magic, Travelers
Copper alloy; Ring size 8
Con/ "As Cast", sound and certainly wearable
Description/ symbolic road crossing rivers and mountains
Seller's Note/ Concerning medieval magic rings, accurate timing is difficult. These types of rings are called magic rings because they seem to have meaningful symbols; medieval people were superstitious and believed that things (health, crop, wealth, weather, cattle, security, salvation, protection against spirits, etc) could be effected with talismans, spells, etc., therefore it is believed that these rings were made as protective or influential talismanic items.
Rings were made to be worn, not tucked away. The longer this ring is worn the better it will look!