This is a lovely Victorian (circa 1860) buckle ring, with human hair inserts. This might have been a memorial piece, but more likely, it was a sentimental one, with the wearer wearing the hair of the beloved , inserted under the gold. As many of you already know, the buckle was a very popular motif for jewelry during the reign of Queen Victoria. The ring tested 14 ct, and is a size 6 and 3/4. it is in excellent condition, but can not be resized.
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