Antique Edwardian Era 9ct Rose Gold ‘Keeper’ Ring - Birmingham 1915

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Modelled as a ‘Keeper’ ring which is a style dating back to as early as the 1700’s.  Gaining popularity in the Victorian era these rings were given as a pre-betrothal ring with the sweet sentiment of ‘You’re a Keeper!’.   Usually given one year before the official engagement date.

This particular ring is crafted from 9ct rosy hued rose gold, wide at 9.6mm giving substantial finger coverage and comfortable with a thick and solid half round shank to the rear.

Fully hallmarked for manufacture in Birmingham in 1915 these rings have been popular throughout the ages for a reason, easy to wear, striking and unusual worn alone but pair so well with your other rings!

9.6 Wide
5.79 Grams
9 / .375 / ‘Anchor’ / ‘q’  For 1915
R  or 18.8mm diameter US 8 3/4
Very good to excellent antique condition.  No thinning to shank, hallmarks crisp and clear.  Lovely rosy hue to gold. 

Purchase Summary

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