She’s not afraid to use it when she’s replacing the brake rod on her Switchback motorcycle for a cross-country road trip. It works great during her early morning surf. It fits perfectly late into the night as she closes business deals over the phone. Yeah, she’s one of those girls, the go-getter who won’t have anything hold her back. Those flashy stones are too delicate, too loud, too much. But this ring? Well let’s just say she’ll never fear the subtle brag.
This antique Victorian gold ring was handcrafted in Chester, England, in 1899. It features a 9 karat gold engraved motif of a buckle surrounded by pretty flowers. This ring is a size 7 and weighs 4.6 grams. It has a band width of 6 mm at the back. This piece is fully hallmarked with the wheat sheaves mark for Chester, the gold purity marks, “9” and “.375”, and the letter date “Q”. The maker’s mark reads, “E.V”.
Versatile, classic, and everything an independent woman needs on her finger.
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