I have a simple little ring that's driving me nuts, because I can't identify the silversmith who made it or the organization that it's for. As you'll see in the attached photo, it looks to be a school ring, with a shield bearing the letters BDIC (or BIDC?) over the motto "Labor Omnia Vincit". I've not been able to identify this school, but I presume it's in Canada as that's where the ring was found. Inside, the ring is marked "Reeves", over some kind of mark, then "Sterling", and another mark that looks like a stylized letter "C" with something inside. Does anybody recognize any of these marks? I'd love to know who the maker of the ring is, when it dates to, and the organization it was made for. Thanks!