This genuine antique keeper ring was hand-crafted in the year 1912 and has a typical woven or plaited design. It's made from a beautiful rosy coloured 9ct Gold and is both pretty and comfortable to wear.
Suitable for everyday wear. The woven front of the keeper ring is 8mm wide at the front and tapers to 4mm at the back.
"Keeper rings" were often given as a symbol of love and often used as wedding bands during Victorian and Edwardian times. The woven or plaited Gold symbolises the bond of love between two souls, or a bond of betrothal or marriage.
It would make an excellent wedding ring, promise ring or unique dress ring.
ERA: Post-Edwardian c.1912
RING SIZE: UK Size O / US Size 7
The plaited area is 17mm across x 8mm wide.
The band graduates from 4mm at the back up to 6mm at the shoulders
Resizing available on request - just send us a message to enquire!
MATERIALS: 9ct Rose Gold.
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark "A.C.Co", "9", "375", Birmingham Assay, date letter "n" for the year 1912.
EXCELLENT: Circa 1912, this beautiful antique keeper ring is in excellent antique condition. The ring has stood the test of time gracefully and has clearly been well looked after. The rich rose Gold has a wonderful mellow rosy Gold colour and a lovely shine and lustre. There are some dents and scrapes to the back of the band as is usual with antique rings, but the front is pristine and there's no thinning at all. There's no evidence of re-sizing and all the original hallmarks are clear to see.