The original ring bearing this inscription was recorded in 19th century catalogues, but its current whereabouts is unknown.
The Latin phrase “Semper Amemus” translates “forever love.”
Each word is followed by a single flower.
Most popular in England, these rings were often engraved in French or Latin,
the languages of the nobility and scholarship.
Poesy Rings reached the pinnacle of their popularity during classical times,
and are frequently mentioned in Shakespearian plays.
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