Great find!. It appears there are a couple very worn hallmarks, but as far as those inscriptions go, it doesn't make any sense to me and decoding that might reveal more interesting information. The first thing I would do, is have the purity grade of the gold tested. Knowing that might be a possible clue to its origin, as some grades have been a gold standard for some time in particular parts of the world. My guess is it's rather old.
just wanted to update this post thanks for the help everyone.Called and talked to wartski in england .sent him pics and he said the inscription was written in old english it reads my love is true to none but you.He was very helpfull and knowledgeable.Learned alot about posie rings.He confirmed it was made in england around 1600 to early 1700's.The old settlement I found it in was settled in 1630 here in maryland. possible it came over with them.I didnt know what it was just thought it was just a small ring worth its weight in gold.He said there weren't many of these found in the US.A cool piece of local history for me.Thanks again for the help.