A gold finger ring with a bezel in the form of clasped hands extending from ornately decorated cuffs. The hands and cuffs were probably originally inlaid with enamel, but very little remains. The inside of the ring is inscribed, TOO BODIES + ONE HART, in Roman style letters.
Rings of this type are known as 'fede rings', from the Italian, 'mani in fede' - hands in faith'. The emblem has been used since Roman times.
Image 5 shows the ring after restoration.
Cf. UKDFD 6364