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Here is a very stylish antique Mizpah ring that will not only always be admired, but also be such a wonderful talking point. The term Mizpah comes from the Book of Genesis and translates as â€śThe Lord watch between me and thee when we are absent one from another" Click on this link to read and learn more about Mizpah jewellery :- https://kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/history-of-mizpah-jewellery/ This ring was made in Birmingham in 1871 in 9 carat rose gold and the colour of the gold has the most beautiful warm rose tone to it that looks even more beautiful on the skin. At the centre is a 0.02 carat rose cut diamond that capture the light so beautifully and adds an extra amount of charm and character to an already very beautiful ring. At the centre the ring measures 6.8mm wide and then tapers down to 3.4mm wide at the back and is so comfortable and practical to wear on any finger any time of the day or night. Not only is this ring so elegant, but it is also steeped in history and will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES6857 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1871 $1,450
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The term "Mizpah" is steeped in history going back to the First Testament, and here is a lovely 18ct gold antique Mizpah ring made in 1909. Click on this link to read and learn more about Mizpah jewellery :- https://kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/history-of-mizpah-jewellery/ With Mizpah coming from the Book of Genesis and meaning â€śMay God look after me and thee while we are absent from one anotherâ€ť, not only in the word "Mizpah" written across the front on the ring, but there is the most intricate and beautiful carving that is incredible to admire. Measuring 7.6mm wide at the centre and tapering down to 3.9mm wide at the back, this ring sits and feels so comfortable on the finger, and will easily suit any finger. With a lovely rich colour from the 18ct gold, this antique Mizpah ring is just so beautiful. Stock# ES8139 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1909 $1,450
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The term â€śMizpahâ€ť comes from the Book of Genesis and means â€śMay God look after Me and Thee while we are absent from one anotherâ€ť and was often given as a good luck for a safe return. And the word Mizpah can be seen here in this 18ct antique diamond Mizpah ring made in 1876. With an elegant tapering band that goes from 6.5mm wide at the top to 3.5mm on one side are the letters â€śMIZâ€ť and the other â€śPAHâ€ť with the gorgeous mine cut diamond in the centre. This style of ring not only sits so well on the finger, but it is also a wonderful testament to a bygone era and will continue to be loved and cherished and a fantastic talking point every time that it is worn. Click here for a brief article on Mizpah jewellery: https://kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/history-of-mizpah-jewellery/ Stock# ES7533 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1876 $Sold.
The term "Mizpah" goes as far back as the Book of Genesis and actually transcends all religion and was used as a talisman for a safe return and here is a very unique antique ruby and diamond MIZPAH ring that was made in 1893. (Click here to read a brief article on Mizpah jewellery: https://kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/history-of-mizpah-jewellery/ ) Made in 9ct rose gold, this ring was really trying to wish the wearer the best of luck with not only the word Mizpah across the front, but also a lucky horseshoe. This combination is so rare to find and the fact that it is then highlighted even further with three rubies and two diamonds really goes a long way to create an incredible ring that will always be such a fabulous talking point. Measuring 8.3mm wide at the horseshoe, it tapers so elegantly to 2.8mm wide at the back and feels so comfortable on the finger. This antique Mizpah ring is as unique as it is beautiful and is one that is sure to be admired and commented on every time that it is worn. Stock# ES7223 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1893 $Sold
Antique Mizpah ring made in 1893 The term Mizpah comes from the Book of Genesis and translates as â€śThe Lord watch between me and thee when we are absent one from anotherâ€ť and here is a very beautiful antique Mizpah ring made in 1893 with the most beautiful font that looks so attractive on the hand. Click on this link to read and learn more about Mizpah jewellery :- https://kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/history-of-mizpah-jewellery/ Made in 15ct rose gold, the colour of the gold is just gorgeous and the font that the word Mizpah was written in is highlighted further with the stippling effect. Measuring 6.8mm wide and graduating down to 3.8mm at the back, this antique Mizpah ring feels so comfortable on any finger and will always be a wonderful talking point. Stock# ES6395 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1893 $Sold.