ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This mourning ring is in perfect condition, with a buckle we call this is a "keeper" UK, meaning a special relationship. The front buckle area is heavily engraved 9ct gold (not a rose color though) and the remaining ring is sectioned into 6 parts - all solid, braided hair intact and no problems, it's just the design. Fully marked inside which I have highlighted so you can see it better....9 for the ct, 375, anchor for Birmingham, an "R" in a square with corners cut off, for the year 1866. PLEASE NOTE it is inscribed: I.W. or J.W. inside. Size 8.5. I consider this a unisex item. A beautiful ring and well priced for the age and condition.
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