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Celebrating the lives of loved ones who are no more and connecting the past with the present this ring represents a bridge through time.
We are proud to present a rare meaningful bulls eye banded agate ring From Victorian era.
A man’s or a woman’s, a memorial or sentiment, this Victorian ring is testament for a life and a memory.
Centering is a rare natural bulls eye black agate, round cabochon cut of approx 1.16 Ct with a band of white – otherwise referred to as a ‘bull’s-eye’ agate beautifully set within a fine bezel of gold.
Simply adorned shoulders and plain shank for comfortable wear. The ring is fully hallmarked 22 Kt yellow gold, Birmingham, 1883/84 ca. The engraved inscription inside is very worn and hard to read, we were able to decipher a name Ernest and a date 1908.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
22 Kt yellow gold
English hallmarks, assay 22 kt, city Birmingham, letter i for 1883/84
1 round cabochon cut black bulls eye agate measuring 6.6×6.5mm of approx 1.16 Ct
head of the ring is 7.2 mm at widest part; sits 4.7 mm high on finger
very good overall condition