The Diamond Memorial Ring

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The Diamond Memorial Ring

650.00

Metal:  18K gold

Stone: Diamond & Enamel

Size: 7.25

Era: 1860

Engraved: "Ellen Marie Williams, Died May 6th 1860"

*Fully hallmarked

*This Ring Can Be Resized

In our opinion, Memorial rings are the baddest of the bad when it comes to antique jewelry. The Georgians and the Victorians placed such a high importance on remembrance, that people often would have memorial rings commissioned before their death and gifted to loved ones in their wills. 

That's some serious planning...

Symbolism (as you know by now) was never left out when designing a one of a kind ring. This guy was no exception with the star placed in the center of that still flawless enamel. Stars were a symbol for the Spirit and the journey to Heaven. 

Being guided by a sparkling diamond in the center sure doesn't hurt either... 

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