Wedding Ring in the Form of a Synagogue

This is a Jewish wedding ring, made of silver and decorated with a small, sculpted synagogue on top. Although the exact origins of the ring are unknown, it is confirmed to be from a Jewish population in central Europe, and it was made in the late 17th or early 18th century. Sometime after its fabrication, the Hebrew letters "Kaf" and "Hay," possibly the initials of a couple, were engraved on the band of the ring.