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. Sported by both men and women, they remained popular well into the twentieth century.
Made of 15 karat yellow gold, this buckle ring has a bright pink ruby, and is just loaded with English hallmarks! The letter date indicates that it was produced in 1910, and it has held up ever so well! Great for stacking with other rings, it also serves as a wonderful pinky ring for a gent!
Size (can be resized): 6.5
Weight: 3 grams
Materials: Gold, Ruby
Metal: 9K yellow gold
Marks: Chester Assay mark, 9, 375, A (1901)
Condition: Very good antique condition commensurate with age and wear.