What a magnificent Edwardian 15ct Gold mourning ring, steeped in incredible history and memories of a bygone era!
The front face covers the finger with beautiful square enamel and Pearl detailing that is utterly striking, surrounded by the sumptuous buttery yellow 15ct Gold band with subtle engraved patterns for extra texture!
As was popular for its time, this ring is laced with a band of intricately weaved hair inside the back part of the band in the most wonderful way!
With the personal message etched inside the band, this ring is a superb testimony to the Mourning ring style tenfold, dating back to the year 1902!
ERA: Edwardian C.1902
RING SIZE: UK Size Q/ US Size 8
MEASUREMENTS: The band is 4.5mm wide 1.2mm thick
The Central Pearl is 3.6mm.
The other surrounding Pearls are 1.7mm.
MATERIALS: 15 yellow gold, Enamel, Natural Pearl, hair.
HALLMARKS: Partial maker's mark "WGM" (Walter George Matthews), Chester Assay, "15", ".625", date letter "B" 1902.
EXCELLENT: This Edwardian 15ct Gold Mourning ring is in excellent condition. The Gold is holding all gemstones and hair work in wonderfully well with unworn engraved patterns as fabulous as the day they were created. The enamel work is prominent and bold without any scratches, as are the beautiful lustrous natural Pearls. The hair work inside the band has ket its incredible shape. All in all an incredible Edwardian masterpiece that could be yours!