A timeless 18ct warm yellow gold Victorian buckle ring, crafted in 1880. The buckle ring traditionally represented eternal binding love, but was also seen as a symbol of unbreakable loyalty and enduring memory. This ring has a pleasing weight to it and a smooth, comfortable fit.
How we would wear it:
This style is super versatile and unisex. It could be worn alone on the middle or index finger for women or a pinky or even as an alternative wedding band for men.
UK SRing band width:
6.7mmHallmarks: Full UK hallmarks for 18ct gold, Birmingham 1880Maker: WS (maker unknown)
8.1gCirca: 1880 (Victorian, 19th century)
Some surface wear commensurate with age.
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