One of the prettiest and most unique pieces of mourning jewellery we have ever come across, this rare 9ct Gold Victorian mourning ring is a fantastic collector's piece.
Exquisite black enamel has been skillfully applied to decorate the face and shoulders and the use of both blonde and brown hair woven together in an alternating pattern is undeniably beautiful.
The two-tone hair reflects the contrast of the black enamel and yellow Gold and brings the whole piece together, whilst the soft curved shapes of the shoulders feel gorgeous on the finger.
An extremely rare and collectable ring.
ERA: Early Victorian c.1880
RING SIZE: UK Size M 1/5 / US Size 6 1/4
The feature is 11mm tall x 13mm wide x 3mm deep
The Glass compartment is 7mm tall x 10mm wide
The band is 2.5mm wide at the back
Resizing available on request - just send us a message to enquire!
MATERIALS: 9ct Yellow Gold, Black Enamel, Glass, Hair
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark "T&S", "9C"
EXCELLENT: This Victorian mourning ring is in superb condition. The enamel is in fantastic condition with hardly any sign of wear at all, (which is very unusual for enamel work of this age!) and the glass compartment is present an intact. The glazed surface has some light wear but is held firmly in place, perfectly displaying the woven hair held beneath its surface. The Gold is setting is also in great condition and is still nice and thick at the back so it can be enjoyed for many years to come. Don't miss the opportunity to add this fantastic antique ring to your collection!