A very nice example of the traditional English keepers ring.
The keepers ring was considered to be used to either keep more expensive rings on one's finger. Or a gesture of great regard towards the recipient.
This one has the typical "peg and woven" design in 12 k yellow gold (acid tested). The British gold marks are worn, with only the London Assay office mark and the date letter for 1922 recognizable. The maker is separately marked as R&C Ltd.
The North South measurement of the ring is 10 mm (2/5 inch). The shoulders are split, they then join to a taper under the finger.
There is some repair at one side, which is shown in the photographs. This is not obvious when wearing the ring, but could be expected in a ring which is nearly 100 years old.
The ring size is: 7.5 (US, Canada); P (Australia, UK, Ireland, NZ); 56 1/2 (France); 17 3/4 (Germany, Belgium, Scandinavia); 16 (Italy); 15 (Japan, China, India)
The ring weighs: 4.6 grams