Date 1874 Mourning Ring
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In lovely quality 15ct Gold, (a standard used solely in Britain between 1854-1932) this once beloved mourning ring has been cared for down the generations to remain in lovely condition today. A tangible symbol designed to ease the heart in bereavement, the mourning ring held an important place in Georgian and Victorian society. This pretty example shows a central rosette of wild Pearls (symbolising tears) around a tiny Diamond spark, the shoulders and bezel highlighted in fine Black enamel work. Quite touching in the time it must have taken to create...
A ring size 'M' or '6' we could possible adjust the size a wee bit for fit. There are some barely perceptible losses to the enamel but only really observable with a loupe.
Most of our rings can be adjusted to fit for free, this can be done on purchase by making a note in the order form if you know the size, or at a later date if it is a gift. You can download our handy ring sizing guide here, but don't hesitate to contact us if you need further help with this. If visiting us size adjustments can usually be done in around an hour-ish.
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