Two significant treasure finds have been unearthed on the Gower Peninsula, comprising a medieval gold finger-ring and a post-medieval silver seal-matrix. The discoveries were officially declared as treasure on 25th September by the Assistant Coroner for Swansea and Neath-Port Talbot, Aled Gruffydd. The gold ring, found by Kieran Slade in Port Eynon, Swansea, dates back to the 13th or 14th centuries AD, showcasing an octagonal hollow bezel with remnants of a probably garnet dark red cabochon stone setting. The silver seal matrix, dating back to the 17th century, was found by Gwyn Thomas in Llangennith, Swansea, and was used historically to imprint wax seals for document authentication or sealing. Both finds were reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act 1996, ensuring their recording and preservation for public benefit, thereby enriching the understanding of historical personal identity expressions and fashions in medieval Wales. Swansea Museum, following independent valuations by the Treasure Valuation Committee, has expressed interest in acquiring these artifacts. ESwansea Museum anticipates that these treasures will significantly contribute to narrating Swansea’s historical narrative and is excited about displaying them for public enjoyment. See original article.