Inscribed with a loving message in modern Irish Gaelic
Unique and romantic
Poesy rings, made popular in Europe in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, are decoratively inscribed with a short poem or sentiment, typically given as a romantic gift or token of friendship. Their popularity in Elizabethan England can be attested to by their frequent mention in Shakespeare's plays. This poesy ring is engraved in ancient insular script. This simple but touching message comes from a 15th century French poesy inscription and then translated into modern Irish Gaelic, "tusa is tusa amhain", translated in English means "you and only you". A meaningful sentiment beautifully inscribed on this unique and romantic sterling silver Irish ring. Casted using the ancient method of lost-wax casting used in the production of the finest jewelry. Simple enough that it could be worn with multiple rings but elegant enough to be worn alone. The poesy ring is an ancient tradition that can now become your very own.