Love-ring with play on grammar, made in France or England in the century (source). “ The inside of this broad hoop is engraved with a lady, amidst flowers and foliage, holding a squirrel (a symbol of inconstancy) on a leash, while the outside is.
2 gold rings with symbolised flowers from the 18th dynasty (1400-1200BC) that are in The Walters Art museum in Baltimore. The ring on the right with the red Carnelian and Lapiz Lazuli even has small buds of the flower in gold. The ring left with the delicate granulation rim uses light and dark blue glass. The white is also glass with small purple speckles. Both are made in the typical Egyptian cloison style.