Understated refined elegance, the signet ring can trace its history back centuries. Re-introduced in the late 1800s and popular even today, examples range from silver to gold or those set with semi-precious and precious gems.
This example is weighty and dates to 1904. We know this through the elegant interior hand-engraved inscription: "Presented to Walter D'Miesse, No. 463, R.A. 1904 by Conestoga Council."
The Council appears to have been based in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, around the turn of the 20th century, but our research as to the purpose of the organization has yielded less than hoped. Please chime in by emailing us if you have any information.
In 10k yellow gold, the shoulders ripple and undulate with two female heads with flowing locks and tresses of hair down the sides. Each faces the opposite way an extra special touch.