Once used in Renaissance times to conceal deadly poisons, these rings have a fascinating history. They are sometimes called potion rings, compartment rings, or locket rings, and in addition to their most well-known use, they have also been used to hold ashes, tiny portraits, locks of hair, or even a bit of perfume.

Poison Rings, Locket Rings, Box Rings, Compartment Rings, Potion Rings

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