An absolutely stunning keeper ring from the Edwardian period, dated 1912. This is a keeper ring with a difference. The heavy 18ct gold ring has a wonderfully romantic design with four hearts across the top that are surrounded by flowers, possibly forget-me-nots. Keeper rings were given as a sign of betrothal, the idea being that the giver wanted to 'keep' the receiver. A lovely gesture and a very romantic sentiment. This ring looks beautiful worn alone or as part of a chunky stack and has a lovely buttery gold colour.
Materials - 18ct Gold, hallmarked for Birmingham 1912
Age - 1912
Size - Top part of the ring is approximately 17-18mm wide and covers the entire top of the finger.
Ring size US 7 1/4 UK O 1/2 This ring could be resized within reason
Condition - Excellent.
Weight - 7.7g
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