A luscious little block of bright, happy carnelian depicts a harp with a female's bust carved into its pillar. But the best thing about this little seal is it's delicious typos! It's message is meant to say Constant & True, but it's written as "Constaunt & Trew". Let your feelings ring out loud and clear, like the notes of a grand harp.
This piece is hand-carved, hailing from the mid to late 1700's/early 1800's, and our research has led us to believe that, rather than thinking the carver of this seal was semi-literate, instead he was using an ancient spelling of these two words as we find reference to people being both 'constaunt' and 'trew' in documents from the Tudor era (1485-1603).
What a lovely way to claim your feelings for another - or to remind oneself to be constant and true to one's own beliefs and feelings. This seal would make a lovely necklace or a ring.