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Antique Victorian Buckle ring in Gold

Antique Victorian Buckle ring in Gold


Here is a lovely late Victorian Ring in the form of a Buckle. The ring is comfortable and substantial. This piece is fully hallmarked for Birmingham, 1897, dating it to the end of the Victorian Era. Queen Victoria wore buckle jewelry in reference to the order of the Garter, however buckle jewelry was very popular and sentimental in the 1800s and remains sought after today. This beautiful, hand engraved antique buckle ring will make a beautiful addition to any antique jewelry collection. 



Size US 7.5

9K yellow gold, stamped and professionally tested

Fully Hallmarked for Birmingham 1897

Makers Mark W N in Diamond Shaped Cartouche

Antique - Late Victorian 



• Overall very nice. Minor age-related surface wear to some of the etching. A very nice Late Victorian Ring.

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