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Pembrokeshire gold and silver rings declared treasure

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image captionMedieval golden ring with a small, uncut blue sapphire found in Pembroke

Historical gold and silver rings found in Pembrokeshire have been declared treasure.

A late-16th Century silver-gilt ring was found in Carew in 2013 by Kevin Higgs, who found a decorative 14th Century gold ring in Pembroke in 2014.

Philip Jenkins unearthed a silver-gilt "faith" ring in Lamphey in 2013, along with a gold religious finger-ring in Llandissilio a year later.

Museums in Milford Haven, Tenby and Narberth hope to acquire the rings.

Mark Redknap, of Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales, said the rings were "significant additions to the growing database of treasure cases from Wales".

image copyrightRobin Maggs
image captionSilver-gilt ring found in Lamphey

Related Topics

  • Narberth
  • Treasure
  • Carew
  • Milford Haven
  • Tenby
  • Llandissilio
  • Pembroke
  • Lamphey

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