The salt in the air from the Thames gave me goosebumps. I felt the thickness of humidity as I sat at Battersea Park beneath a strawberry tree. I was in the company of clever friends and the last of the morning dew.
“Ever consider something simpler to wear so early in the day, Victoria?”
“I never consider things before breakfast, my dear.”
“Then how did you end up in gold and pearls?”
“Instinct my darling, instinct.”
This Edwardian buckle ring was handcrafted in London in 1909. This antique engraved ring is in the shape of a buckle, or garter, set with two creamy white pearls atop an engraved scrolling floral motif. Each of the pearls measure 2.4 mm. This piece measures 7.2 mm in band width and 1.6 mm off the finger. It weighs 7.9 grams and is a size 7. This ring has been fully hallmarked as it bears the crown mark for England, the gold purity mark, “18” indicating it was made in 18 karat gold, the leopard head mark for London, and the date letter, “o”. The maker’s mark reads, “C.K&Co”.
Saunter around in this romantic buckle ring, a symbol of eternity and love. It’s a sturdy yet feminine bauble crafted to show off and to shine.
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