Every few visits to England I hop on a train to Bath and spend a glorious afternoon or two meandering it’s Roman streets and shopping for goodies just like this one. It’s such a fascinating and beautiful city, I like to walk its streets in the evenings, up hills and around bends, down little alleyways, finding here and there a bit of the ancient feel of centuries past. (And I’m sure to end the day at the Old Green Tree for a pint of something local!)
This wonderful and solid ring came from Bath, but it was actually made in Birmingham, during the Victorian era. The ring is set with two sparkling, round faceted, rubies and at its center a creamy half pearl. This ring bears full English hallmarks which indicate that this it was made in Birmingham in the year 1882 of 18 karat gold by the maker ‘W.S’. It’s a band motif with a twisted gold ‘rope’ at both edges and a plaque on the front where the gems are found. This ring measures 6.3 mm north to south at the front and 6.1 mm north to south at the back. This ring is a size 6 and weighs 3.5 grams.
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