A series of braids, knots or twists of 18k gold form an unending weave of rich gold.
Fully hallmarked for the year 1903, this ring sits low on the finger and is utterly comfortable to wear.
What appears to be knots or braids is then interspersed with low "knobs" of gold for a visual texture of lights and darks.
Traditionally this type of ring is called a keeper ring in Britain. These were meant as guard rings for a more costly ring. However, most are worn by themselves as wedding rings or as decorative finger rings.