Eric Ives, in his "The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn", writes of how Henry VIII gave Anne an emerald ring around 1527, one of a huge list of jewellery, and that it may have acted as a betrothal token because the King thought that he and Anne would be able to marry soon. See p91 of Ives. I don't know anything about her wedding ring, I'm afraid.


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