Metal detectorist finds Tudor wedding ring

An inscribed woman's wedding ring, believed to date to the Tudor period, has been found by a metal detectorist in Boroughbridge in North Yorkshire, England. The inscription on the gold ring is unreadable.

“When you hold something like this in your hand it brings the history alive, all that time ago people were just going about their lives as we are now," said the ring's finder John Bradbury of Brierfield. The ring has been valued at between UK£6,000 and £10,000.