The Historic Collection

Rings

Original designs or mottos applicable to SCA use.


Item Name Model+

Pelican Ring

The bezel depicts the symbol of the SCA Order of the Pelican. The pelican wounding its breast to feed its young is an apt metaphor for the Order's dedication to "service beyond sanity" in making the Society function.
RG05
Mordete Me

Mordete Me

Our most popular posie ring, "Bite Me!" in Latin is a fun and playful item.
RP09

Magister Mundi Sum

"I am Master of the World"
RP10

Magistra Mundi Sum

"I am Mistress of the World"
RP11

Ars Gratia Artis

"Art for Art's Sake"
RP14

Nunc Est Bibendum

"Let's Party", or more formally, "Now is drinking time" in Latin.
RP15
Amor Vincit Omnia

Amor Vincit Omnia

"Love Conquers All," the classic Latin sentiment. Band width 7 mm.
RP16
Carpe Vitam

Carpe Vitam

"Seize Life" or, playfully, "Get a life".
RP17
Scribere Qui Cupiunt Sensum Deus Augeat Illis

Scribere Qui Cupiunt Sensum Deus Augeat Illis

"May God increase sense in those who desire to write," a Latin sentiment inscribed by a monk at the end of a long and tedious manuscript. This "Scribe's Ring" honors the selfless service of those who create works of beauty for us all.
RP19
Magnus Melior Celeris Amplius

Magnus Melior Celeris Amplius

Wenches Ring (motto of the International Wenches Guilde) "Bigger Better Faster More"
RP20
Y Gwir Yn Erbyn Y Byd

Y Gwir Yn Erbyn Y Byd

"Truth against the world" in Welsh Gaelic, a popular bardic sentiment.
RP22
Tempus Fugit

Tempus Fugit

"Time Flies", in the classic Latin.
RP24
Fortes Fortuna Juvat

Fortes Fortuna Juvat

The Official Rogues Ring (of the International Rogue's Guilde): "Fortune Favors the Bold," rendered in Latin.
RP25
Justia Omnibus

Justia Omnibus

"Justice For All", a noble sentiment in Latin.
RP26

De Mortuis Nil Nisi Bonum

In the style of Mortuary Rings, popular in late medieval and Renaissance Europe, means "Let no ill be said of the dead" (literally "Of the dead nothing but good").
RP27

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