Symbolic of everlasting love with two entwined ropes tied together symbolising the eternal and secure bonds favoured by lovers during the Victorian era.
These rings were gifted as promise ring between lovers and were really a precursor to our modern take on engagement rings.
Assayed in Chester, hallmarked three times for 9ct both on the shank and underneath the knot motif, with makers mark of ‘BD’ quite possible for Benjamin Davis.
Unfortunately the date letter is faint but we estimate this ring to be Circa 1880-1905.
Lovely condition with that warm rose gold patina only antique ring possess.
Face of ring measures 1.7cm x 0.9cm
‘BD’ makers mark
Chester assay hallmark
9 / 375
Various other faint marks not identifiable
Approx N 1/2 or 17.3mm diameter
Lovely antique condition. No thinning to band. Textured scrolled know work has not worn down. Lovely rich patina
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