Inspired by an Anglo-Saxon relic featured
in the British Museum. The 9th century ring was found by a young man employed in levelling a fence on Greymoor Hill, in the hamlet of Kingmoor, two and a half miles from Carlisle. It passed into the possession of the Earl of Aberdeen before 1822 and went on to serve as inspiration to J.R.R Tolkien.
Our faithful reproduction features the inscriptions on interior and exterior - the runes are carved with a font developed specifically for this product. The runes ᛭ᚨᚱᛦᚱᛁᚢᚠᛚᛏᛦᚱᛁᚢᚱᛁᚦᚩᚾᚷᛚᚨᚴᛏᚨᛈᚩᚾ
appear on the exterior and ᛏᚨᚿ
on the interior. Translated to ÆRKRIUFLTKRIURIÞONGLÆSTÆPONTOL - the meaning has not been fully deciphered but is thought to be of magical nature - likely a spell of healing
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