You picked the day, you picked the place, you picked the most important thing, the person. Now’s the time to pick the ring, and this one comes in with its own history. It’s an instant heirloom for your special day and a conscience choice that’s kind to the planet, too.
This Victorian wedding band was made in Birmingham, England in 1896. It’s got a fern motif carved all around the outside of the band. Ferns were used in the Victorian era as a covert way to express intimate desire, some ferns even had names that were considered salacious, like the Maidenhair. This band is 7.4 mm wide and 1.2 mm thick, it is hallmarked inside the band with the English makers and date hallmarks as well as ‘9’ and .375’ for 9 karat gold. The ring is a size 8 and cannot easily be resized, it weighs 3.8 grams.
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