Papal-ring; copper or bronze gilt; high relief; massive; one shoulder depicts tiara and armorial shield of Condolmerio, other depicts floriated crown and shield bearing crossed keys and chief; hoop decorated with symbols of Evangelists; quadrangular bezel with blue paste in raised setting; said to be the arms of Pope Eugenius IV.

An00014122 001 l

Thing

Made Of
copper, glass, gold, bronze
Type of Thing
finger-ring
Subject
heraldry, headgear/hairstyle, crown
Techniques
high relief, gilded

People

Acquired From
Morgan, Octavius to The British Museum
Previous Owner
Eugenius IV

Place

Time

Acquired In
1888
Made
15thC

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