Victorian 18ct pearl Memorial Ring.


Mourning or memorial jewellery does not always have to incorporate the colour black into the design. This particular ring featuring pearls and a faceted design with engraving inside commemorating a Keighley Burton. The hallmarks are wonderfully preserved but the pearls are no doubt replacements. Being set so proud the original pearls would have taken a good bit of abrasive wear and tear. 

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SKU: E692 - 4 Category:
18ct yellow gold.
Hallmarked 18ct gold, London 1879 / 1880. The inside of the shank is also engraved “Keighley Burton Obt. 29th June 1879”
Three pearls. As with a great deal of natural gems, pearl being the most common, a certain element of glue is used to secure them. With the outer two is is possible to see the glue. We will happily remove the pearls and re-cement them ups request.
The widest part of the ring is 6.5mm and it stands at 3.5mm proud at its tallest being measured at the central pearl. The ridged shank tapers at the back to 2.8mm wide.
4.22 grams.
Finger size:
UK N US 6 1/2.