Story

Quite broad in width, this 10k rose gold ring reflects the Victorian interest in all things natural. A leaf design embellished the entire surface of the band with its design still intact and crisp. The pattern echoes happiness and renewal.

Date: Circa 1880.

Item 15481

Victorian Fineness in a Wide Gold Band

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Measurements: 5/16 of an inch (8 mm) in width. Weight of 1.3 grams (.9 dwt).

Ring Size: US 8-1/4 (UK Q; Euro or Int. Circum. 57.6 mm; Int. Dia. 18.3 mm; Japan over 16). Can be sized down to fit most. Not recommended to size up or can be done leaving a plain section. Due to the width, this will fit about ¼ - ½ size tighter than a standard ring. Ring sizing information.

Condition: Very good; a few minute restorations including a previous sizing.

Origin: Most likely American.

Story

Quite broad in width, this 10k rose gold ring reflects the Victorian interest in all things natural. A leaf design embellished the entire surface of the band with its design still intact and crisp. The pattern echoes happiness and renewal.

Date: Circa 1880.