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Antique 18ct Yellow Gold Floral Pattern Buckle Ring ‘Chester’ 1896

Sale price$911.00 USD

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Bright, rich and buttery are oft used words to describe gold but in this rings case they don’t even do it justice!

The colour is so rich almost appearing as perhaps 22ct in hue this collectible ring in its own right (given its assay at the long closed Chester assay office) and also its meaningful significance as buckle rings symbolise a binding love between the giver and the wearer of the ring.

An extra added touch to this already beautiful ring its its floral chased pattern of both Ivy leaves and Daisies? Representing love, eternity and fidelity and the daisies innocent and purity.

A nice width, not to wide, at 7mm (9.23 at the widest part of the buckle) this ring is one of those that seemingly ‘melts’ on to the finger and is very comfortable to wear.
Crafted by Edward Vaughton -  88 Vyse St (formerly of Warstone Lane) in 1896 and hallmarked beautifully and clearly as such.

STONES
None

MEASUREMENTS
7mm Width except at widest point of Buckle which is 9.23

WEIGHT
5.65 Grams

MARKS
‘E.V’ For Edward Vaughton -  88 Vyse St (formerly of Warstone Lane)
‘Crown’ / 18 / ‘Chester’ / ’N’ for 1896

SIZE
N or 17.1mm diameter US 6 3/4
** This ring feels more like an M on the finger given the width and thickness
Not advisable to resize as it would disturb the pattern

CONDITION
Very good antique condition.  At the very rear of the shank the pattern has faded slightly, the remainder of the ring the pattern is crisp.  Minor marks to gold.  Hallmarks very clear and crisp indicating no thinning.  Gorgeous and symbolic antique 126 year old ring.