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" The owner of this interesting picture * possesses another relic connected with Gresham's hasty marriage,—his supposed wedding-ring, which is preserved in an ancient miniature jeweller's chest. It opens horizontally, thus forming two rings, which are... "
The Life and Times of Sir Thomas Gresham: Comp. Chiefly from His ... - Page 51
by John William Burgon - 1839 - 491 pages
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The life and times of sir Thomas Gresham

Burgon John William, Thomas Gresham (sir.) - 1839
...probably hung, ever since the priory of Benedictine monks at Hoxne was granted to Sir Richard Gresham. 2 »The owner of this interesting picture * possesses...the inner side with a Scripture posy. QVOD • DEVS • TONIVNSIT is en•38 Henry VIII.—Tanner, Not. Monastica. • John Thruston, Esquire, (not Thurston,...
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Pilgrimages to English shrines, with notes and illustr. by F.W. Fairholt

Anna Maria Hall - 1850
...wedding-ring of Sir T. Gresham, and it is combined with an initial letter. It is thus described—' It opens horizontally, thus forming two rings, which...inscribed on the inner side with a scripture posy. Quod Dews conjunxit is engraved on one half, and Homo rum seperet, on the other.' • ) • The Gresham...
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The History and Poetry of Finger-rings

Charles Edwards - Rings - 1855 - 239 pages
...united.* A beautiful enamelled ring of this kind which belonged to Sir Thomas Gresham, is extant." It opens horizontally, thus forming two rings, which...inscribed on the inner side with a Scripture posy: QUOD. DETS. COXJVXXIT (what God did join) is engraved on one half and HOMO NOX SEPAKAT, (let not man...
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The History and Poetry of Finger-rings

Charles Edwards - Rings - 1855 - 239 pages
...united.* A beautiful enamelled ring of this kind which belonged to Sir Thomas Gresham, is extant.* It opens horizontally, thus forming two rings, which...inscribed on the inner side with a Scripture posy: QUOD. DEVS. CONJVNXTT (wliat God did join) is engraved on one half and HOMO NOX SEPAEAT, (let not man...
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Beadle's Monthly, Volume 1

1866
...Burgon's life of Sir Thomas Oresham is engraved the wedding-ring of that eminent merchant-prince. " It opens horizontally, thus forming two rings, which...inscribed on the inner side with a Scripture posy. Quad Deu» conjunxit is engraved on one half, and Homo non teperet on the other." [See Fig. 8.] Such...
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Rambles of an Archaeologist Among Old Books and in Old Places: Being Papers ...

Frederick William Fairholt - Art - 1871 - 259 pages
...fortune. In Burgon's life of Sir Thomas Gresham is engraved the wedding ring of that merchant-prince. " It opens horizontally, thus forming two rings, which...respectively inscribed on the inner side with a Scripture poesy. Quod Dcus conjunxit is engraved on one half, and Homo non seperet on the other." It is here...
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Rambles of an Archæologist Among Old Books and in Old Places: Being Papers ...

Frederick William Fairholt - Jewelry - 1871 - 259 pages
...fortune. In Burgon's life of Sir Thomas Gresham is engraved the wedding ring of that merchant-prince. " It opens horizontally, thus forming two rings, which...respectively inscribed on the inner side with a Scripture poesy. Quod Deus conjunxil is engraved on one half, and Homo non seperet on the other." It is here...
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Rambles of an archæologist among old books and in old places

Frederick William Fairholt - 1871
...fortune. In Burgon's life of Sir Thomas Gresham is engraved the wedding ring of that merchant-prince. "It opens horizontally, thus forming two rings, which...respectively inscribed on the inner side with a Scripture poesy. Quod Dcus conjunxil is engraved on one half, and Homo iion seperet on the other." It is here...
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The Shakespearian Referee: A Cyclopædia of Four Thousand Two Hundred Words ...

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - 1886 - 241 pages
...and she answers, "And mine, with my heart in it." A beautiful enamelled ring of this kind is extant. It opens horizontally, thus forming two rings, which...inscribed on the inner side with a Scripture posy; " QUOD. DEVS. CONJVNXIT," (" What God did join,") is engraved on one half, and "HOMO NON SEPABAT,"...
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