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Cornish love ring. This highly polished Sterling silver ring has a Cornish inscription around its circumference.


The inscription reads: Un bysow dhe dhysquedhes agan kerensa which translates as “One ring to show our love”.

During the 12th century the Cornish knight, Tristan, defeated the Irish knight, Morholt, to bring the fair Iseult home for his uncle, King Mark, to marry. On the journey back to Cornwall, after ingesting a love potion, Tristan and Iseult fell madly in love. Their complete devotion to each other is symbolised by the Cornish love ring and matching pendants.


Band width: 5mm (approx.)


Supplied in a white gift box which has a turquoise satin-lining.
Handcrafted in cornwall by St Justin

Cornish love ring

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