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Rings have been known to be part of most intimate pieces we wear. Full of many uses and symbolism some are strictly connected to love and marriage
As history shows us the wedding ring is a tradition that dates back many centuries ago, here we have a rare wedding band from Victorian era.
The wedding ring is the biggest most imported symbol of all the rings you can own. It symbolizes a unity between a man and women for life. By placing the rings on each other’s fingers it confirms their commitment to one other.
A solid round band, traditionally plain and styled for comfort beautifully crafted in buttery yellow gold as symbol of eternity.
The band is approx 5.5 mm wide and sit 1.7 mm high on finger approx.
Artfully crafted in England during Victorian era in solid 22 Kt yellow gold by a master goldsmith SH, marked.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
The ring and what it represents has been loved a lot, how powerful to wear a ring that has not only stood the test of time but is an original symbol of the meaning of love.
22 Kt yellow gold
assay, maker SH, England city and date
none; (all gemstones estimated on mounting)
band is 5.5 mm wide; is 1.7 mm deep
very good overall condition