Take this ring of regeneration and use it in your travels. Inspired by an Anglo-Saxon relic featured at the British Museum.
The 9th century original was found by a young man employed in leveling a fence on Greymoor Hill, in the hamlet of Kingmoor, two and a half miles from Carlisle. It passed into the possession of the Earl of Aberdeen before 1822, and eventually found its way to the British Museum where it became an inspiration for the rings appearing in Tolken's fiction.
Our faithful reproduction features the inscriptions on interior and exterior - the runes are carved with a font developed specifically for this product. The runes ᛭ᚨᚱᛦᚱᛁᚢᚠᛚᛏᛦᚱᛁᚢᚱᛁᚦᚩᚾᚷᛚᚨᚴᛏᚨᛈᚩᚾ appear on the exterior and ᛏᚨᚿ on the interior. Translated to ÆRKRIUFLTKRIURIÞONGLÆSTÆPONTOL - the meaning has not been fully deciphered but is thought to be of magical nature - likely a spell of healing or regeneration.
This item is created by lost wax casting brass. We use 3d printed molds in order to reproduce the original in exacting detail and manufacture in the United States. It is made to order - please allow 2-3 weeks for production.