Victorian 18K Gold Buckle Band Ring c.1902, size 6 1/2
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Buckle up for safety and style with this extra-lovely Victorian band ring, fashioned as a belt and buckle (or garter), and decoratively hand-engraved all around. In Victorian England the garter symbolized loyalty, protection, and strength. As a symbol of mourning, the garter holds the memory of a loved one close and was displayed as a romantic symbol for the same qualities. Approximately 7/16 by 5/16 inch width. Inscribed inside the ring shank: "Mizpah", a sentiment originating from Genesis 31:49 - "And Mizpah; for he said, The Lord watch between me and thee, when we are absent one from another". Stamped: "JG", a Crown symbol for 18K, "18", symbol for the Chester Assay Office in a shield shape, and an uppercase "B" date symbol for 1902. An unsizable 6 1/2.
Item Number 110-1-6706
Materials:
18 Karat Yellow Gold
Current Ring Size:
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6 1/2
Width:
7/16 inch
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