A 600 year old ring unearthed on the Isle of Man has been declared to be "treasure" by the island's Coroner of Inquests.
The silver and gilt ring is decorated with geometric patterns and is thought to be from the 15th century.
It was found in May this year by metal detectorist Gordon Graham, and is now on display at the Manx Museum
A metal detecting enthusiast from Oldham says guns, knives and swords are among the shocking items he's recovered from the region's waterways.
Gareth Bryer says he's found more than 50 weapons in Manchester alone... fishing in canals with a powerful magnet.
Many have to be handed over to the police: