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This gorgeous Victorian signet ring looks to the Gods of Olympus for inspiration. A fiery gold blank canvas waiting to be personalized and admired by all.
Crafted from a incredibly rich 12k yellow gold and incorporating imagery from Bacchus - the God of wine and revelry - as depicted by the cluster of grapes. And from Aphrodite - the Goddess of love - as depicted by the scallop shells. Each of these symbols has been stunningly depicted on the shoulders of the ring. And I have no doubt that this ring will bring both love and revelry to the wearer each time they glance upon this love token.
Adding to the ring's majestic craftsmanship is the floral and scroll motifs that complete the mount and shoulders of the ring - leading the eye to the ring's final crowning glory... The mount.
The mount has yet to be engraved and measures 1/2" north / south on the finger. This ring is truly one-of-a-kind beauty that does the Gods of Olympus the justice they deserve.
US ring size 8 1/2 - can be sized up or down. Weight of ring is 5.3 grams (3.4 dwt). Metal is not stamped, but test 12 karat yellow gold and has an incredible rich yellow hue that appears to be of a much higher karat.
Gender: Unisex, Age Group: Adult, Color: Yellow Gold, Size: US Ring Size 8 1/2
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A Victorian Signet Ring to be Revered 12k
$595 USD SOLD
Los Angeles, CA