Warm and inviting this rosy hued beauty feels as lovely on the finger as she looks.
Crafted in Birmingham in 1917 this interesting ring bears two groups of three daisies and the remaining pattern is Ivy leaves. Highly symbolic, both these plants have been used for centuries, in ancient Greece wreaths crowned the heads of the wedding couple symbolising union and fidelity, and Daisies long known for meaning loyal love.
Weighing a pleasing 3.67 grams, half round in design and therefore moulds comfortably onto the finger, this antique ring would make a sustainable choice for a wedding band or simply add her to your favourite everyday stacking favourites.
“JW&?” Makers mark - partially obscured
9 / 375 ‘ Anchor ‘ ’S’ for 1917
S or 19.2mm diameter US 9 1/4
Not resizable without disturbing pattern
Very good antique condition. Pattern is still crisp and clear. Mark to inside of band which would be original join or a resize, this does not effect the ring or appearance on the outside of band. Minor marks to inside of band nothing significant. Hallmarks clear except for makers mark which is partially obscured. Purchase Summary
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