Pristine antique Art Deco 18ct gold ring hallmarked for manufacture in Birmingham 1927.
Crafted from bright and lush 18ct yellow gold and patterned throughout the entire circumference with the traditional Orange Blossom motif which during the Victorian era became symbolic of innocence and fertility. This sentiment continued throughout the Edwardian, Art Deco era and beyond and is making a resurgence in popularity again today.
This ring, we believe, has not been worn, certainly as a wedding ring as it would have been intended, as it shows absolutely no wear to the pattern whatsoever. In remarkable condition for its 95 years of age this precious and pristine ring could make the perfect new/old wedding ring for that special day or just add this piece to your antique jewellery collection.
‘WM’ for we believe William Manton
‘Crown’ / 18 / ‘Anchor’ for Birmingham / ‘C’ for 1927
T 1/2 or 19.8mm diameter US 10
Could be re-sized by a very competent jeweller however we do not advise
Excellent antique condition. Ring shows no wear to pattern throughout even under loupe magnification. Hallmarks clear and crisp. Stunningly good antique ring.