“Love Conquers All” Silver Ring

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Description

“Love Conquers All” Silver Ring

Penned by the ancient Roman poet, Virgil, the Latin phrase inscribed on this handsome sterling silver ring, “Omni A Vincit Amor” translates as “Love Conquers All” (Eclogues X, 69).

Simple, yet lovely, the band is a replica of the original now in the British Museum, engraved in the same script as seen on the piece archived there.

Intended as a wedding ring, it may also be worn as an object of beauy.

Please Note: Image shows multiple rings for display purposes. Each ring is sold separately.

History

Met Costumes

All costumes and jewelry seen at the Met are unique works of art. The company puts on an average of 25 operas every year, with as many as 200 individual costumes featured in each of them, and works with some of world’s greatest costume designers to create unique pieces for an average of six or seven new productions per season. Everything is handmade in the Met’s own workshops, and many costumes and jewelry items from past productions, all the way back to the 1880s, are preserved in the Met Archives.

 

 

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