Buckle rings were very popular during the Victorian Era, with the Queen herself sporting one. They represented the strong bond between the wearer and his or her giver, sometimes being used as engagement rings and wedding bands. Some mourning rings were made in the buckle shape to represent the bond between the deceased and the living.
Beautifully crafted of 18 karat gold, this buckle ring has a smooth shank, with a realistically detailed buckle and two star-set diamonds winking from its face. A wonderful piece for any sex, it is a true classic you'll want to stack with other pieces, or wear on its own as a subtle impact and a nod to the sentimental, stylish Victorians and their love of symbolism!
Size (can be resized): 12
Weight: 5.3 grams
Materials: Gold, Diamond
Metal: 18K yellow gold
Marks: 18 CT
Condition: Excellent Antique condition