Dating back to the Georgian-Victorian era of 1847, this stunning late Georgian locket mourning ring shines in 18K yellow gold. A majestic weaved hair locket locket style front is framed by a ring of glossy black enamel, embedded with intricate gold scrollwork and leafy floral details. On the back is inscribed 'Soloman Warren. 16 Jan 1847. Aged 60', making this piece not only a timeless collectible for antique lovers but also a wearable statement that has withstood the test of time.
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Materials: 18 karat gold
Ring size: 7.25 US, O 1/2 UK. We do not recommend sizing unless you do not mind the interruption of the design on the band.
Weight: 3.4 grams
Hallmarks: English hallmarks for 18, Lions head as well as other hallmarks that are worn
Condition: Offered in very good condition with minimal normal age-appropriate wear. The ring has been resized many, many years ago and has a mark on the back band which is not visible when wearing. Exceptional piece!
Each piece has been professionally examined and verbally appraised as well as being tested by a jeweler for metal content. Stone carat weights stated represent approximate weights which can vary. Due to the age, antique and vintage jewelry is often not perfect, and may have normal signs of surface wear, or small imperfections due to its hand crafted rather than mass-manufactured nature. This is what makes each piece special and unique!