Victorian Woven Gold Keeper Ring
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"You're a keeper!" Tradition holds that this18K yellow gold keeper ring, with its classic braided nail-head crown, was given during Victorian times as a kind of pre-engagement or betrothal ring, usually presented a year before the official engagement. A less romantic meaning is that the close-fitting bands were intended to keep other rings from sliding off the finger. Whether you want to keep a hold on your sweetheart, keep another ring in place, or if you just want a cool ring, this band works for all. The hallmarks indicate: John Goffe and Sons on Tenby Street, Birmingham, 1897. Hand fabricated in 18K yellow gold. Currently ring size 7 1/4.
Item Number 110-1-10606
Materials:
18 Karat Yellow Gold
Current Ring Size:
Most rings can be resized up or down one size unless noted and sometimes more.
7 1/4
Width:
3/8 Inch
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