This stunning early-Victorian ring originally came to the Koven as a damaged mourning ring with a lock of memorial hair under a glass compartment. Once in our court, we revived the spirit of this artifact by adding a foiled faceted garnet to the center. Our skilled bench jeweler made certain to leave it's original circular enameled setting in black and white intact. The original shank, as well as the closed back housing of the ring and its sumptuous shoulder design are all completely original. The gold ring has a substantial feel on the finger and certainly attracts compliments with it's bull's eye appearance!
Size: 7 (Can be resized. If needed; please add sizing to your cart)
Materials: Garnet, Black Enamel, and White Enamel
Metal: 15K gold
Weight: 3.9 grams
Condition: Very good antique condition commensurate with its age. Some minor wear to the enamel and gold surface. Please examine all of the photos.