- a finger ring bearing an incised design for embossing a wax seal.
Origin of seal ring
First recorded in 1600–10
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Examples from the Web for seal ring
And as for myself, I am as close as an emerald in a seal-ring.'The Young Duke
This seal-ring was taken later to Rome, where Pliny relates that he saw and handled it.Finger-Ring Lore
They were for his mother mostly, but one was a seal-ring for myself.Vistas of New York
His pedigree and his father's seal-ring are the stilts of his crazed disposition.
It was a seal-ring, upon which was engraved "the most great name" of God, and was partly composed of brass and partly of iron.Arabian Society In The Middle Ages
Edward William Lane
- another term for signet ring