Antique Love Knot Rose Gold Keeper Ring
Beautiful antique English hallmarked 12K rose gold keeper ring. The lovely wide ring features a braided knot design with a double joined back band. The "Keeper" ring is also known as a GUARD ring that was introduced in 1761 by King George III who presented a wedding ring band encircled with diamonds to his bride, Queen Charlotte. Today Keeper rings continue their popularity as unusual wedding rings, unique engagement rings, eternity rings and anniversary bands. This charming band is simple enough for stacking with others yet classic enough as a wedding band.
- Materials: 12K rose gold
- Ring Size: 6 US, M UK - the ring can be sized up or down a whole size and more. Contact us for sizing details.
- Weight: 4.9 grams
- Hallmarks: The portion that has the hallmark is worn and has been resized although the letter date 'n' remains and a partial for Chester
- Date: Circa 1870s - 1880s
- Condition: Very good with the rose gold having a rich patina. At one time, the ring has been sized removing some of the letters.