A spectacular example of a wide, floral, rose gold ring and to top it off also a buckle ring!
Handcrafted from rose gold in 1919 in Birmingham and showcasing the most wonderful hand engraving with daisies and ornate design the entire circumference of the ring.
Daisies symbolise innocence and purity. In Norse mythology, the daisy is Freya's sacred flower. Freya is the goddess of love, beauty, and fertility, and as such the daisy came to symbolise childbirth, motherhood, and new beginnings. Buckles too serve as a notion of eternal love, loyalty, protection and an unbreakable bond. Quite often, daisies and buckles would be used to create wedding rings to signify the important meaning behind them.
Stunningly wide at 11mm at the widest point of the buckle, to 9mm through the remainder of the ring, this beauty is a true statement piece and would make an incredible alternative wedding band.
Smooth and buttery to wear, this ring just melts on to the finger!
11mm to 9mm wide
‘Anchor’ for Birmingham
‘9’ / ’375’
‘u’ for 1919
Makers mark not quite legible
Approx U or 20.02mm diameter
Will fit a little more snuggly due to width
Not advisable to resize due to pattern
Excellent antique condition. Nice patina. No thinning to gold. Hallmarks are crisp except for makers mark.
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