This Victorian 18ct Gold keeper ring is a striking piece of jewellery to behold and would make a welcome addition to anyone's collection!
It's very unusual to find keeper rings in such outstanding condition, making this a rare collectible piece of antique jewellery.
Also known as a guard ring, these Gold bands were designed to keep the engagement ring and wedding band securely on the finger.
Their popularity is still prominent today as they make wonderful choices as wedding bands, promise rings or decadent stacking rings, their flat profiles allowing them to sit next to other rings with ease.
The wide 7.2g solid Gold band feels sturdy and comfortable agains the skin when worn making her perfect for everyday wear!
ERA: Victorian c.1898
RING SIZE: UK Size O / US Size 7
Resizing available on request
MATERIALS: 18ct Yellow Gold
HALLMARKS: "Crown", "18", Chester Assay, date letter "P" for the year 1898
This Victorian 18ct Gold keeper ring is in exceptional condition. The Gold is bright with no signs of wear to the back of the band. The ring is perfectly formed and looks just as spectacular today as when it was created 121 years ago! This is a superb piece of Victorian history sure to bring years of enjoyment to the woman whose finger she adorns!
All orders are shipped using DHL express and are securely padded in transit, with full tracking and insurance for your peace of mind. Alternate couriers are available by special request.
- FREE EXPRESS DELIVERY on all orders worldwide!
- NEXT-DAY delivery to the UK and EU
- Delivery to the USA in TWO WORKING DAYS
- Orders placed by 1pm (GMT) will be dispatched the same day
You can return your item for a full refund for any reason by simply getting in touch to let us know within 14 days of receiving it.
INCLUDED WITH YOUR ORDER:
This item will arrive beautifully gift wrapped in a Lillicoco presentation box, tied up with a pink ribbon. You’ll also receive a handwritten information booklet and free polishing cloth too!
Please message us or call +44(0)117 925 4798 if you have any questions!