Sterling silver poesy rings engraved with messages of adoration and fellowship.
In sixteenth and seventeenth century England or France, a wedding band would perpetually be recorded with an assessment of adoration, confidence, and expectation: a short love sonnet or poesy. A sterling silver prearranged engagement ring would frequently be supplanted with a similar poesy ring in gold upon marriage.
The notoriety of these poesy rings is confirmed by their regular say in Shakespeare’s plays. The convention is more established than Shakespeare’s opportunity, yet it was amid the Renaissance (fourteenth seventeenth Centuries) that the exclusively achieved the tallness of prominence.