Translating possible Georgian Ring

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Translating possible Georgian Ring

Postby smegbot » 2019-03-06, 1:06

Hi there, first time poster. I bought this ring a few years back in Nova Scotia of all places and it looks like Georgian to me but I can't seem to translate it effectively at all. Can you please tell me if I'm at least on the right track? Thanks!
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Re: Translating possible Georgian Ring

Postby Linguaphile » 2019-03-06, 3:48

smegbot wrote:Hi there, first time poster. I bought this ring a few years back in Nova Scotia of all places and it looks like Georgian to me but I can't seem to translate it effectively at all. Can you please tell me if I'm at least on the right track? Thanks!

I can't read it, but I think it's Tengwar script (Lord of the Rings / Tolkien fictional script) rather than Georgian.

Tengwar consonants:
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Re: Translating possible Georgian Ring

Postby smegbot » 2019-03-06, 21:51

Hmm interesting. I'll try that avenue. I thought it might be too at first but it looked a little too ornate. I'll take another gander

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Re: Translating possible Georgian Ring

Postby Multiturquoise » 2019-03-06, 21:53

This is absolutely not Georgian and doesn't even look like it to my eyes.
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