An Edwardian era buckle ring crafted in rich 18K gold with old cut diamond and sapphire accents. Buckles have long represented love, fidelity, and unbreakable bonds. This particular ring has English hallmarks for 18K gold, the Chester assay mark, and a date stamp for 1903. It is a ring size 6.75 on the mandrel but fits more like a 6.5 or 6.25 due to its width. A symbolic, wearable piece of jewelry that continues to be as beautiful today as it was almost 120 years ago.
Metal: 18K Yellow Gold
Weight: 4.6 grams
DIamond: Approximately 0.02 carats
Sapphires: Approximately 0.04 carats
Ring Size: 6.75 on the mandrel but fits like a 6.25 to 6.5 due to width (not sizable)
Width: 6.8 mm wide (at its widest point)
Markings: “18” and English hallmarks for Chester and date letter mark for 1903
Condition: In very good antique condition with some minor surface wear consistent with age.
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