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Here is such a beautiful antique buckle ring that was made well over 100 years ago, yet can still so easily be worn along with other antique jewellery as well as modern jewellery and always look perfect. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in London in 1910, at the centre the ring measures 8.6mm wide and 6mm wide at the back. However it is not just the buckle design that makes this ring so beautiful, it is also the incredible hand engraving that runs the entirety of the ring. The skill and time needed to engrave this so beautifully all by hand would have been immense and the skill one that would have taken years to achieve. So beautiful and tactile, this ring will always look and feel amazing and is perfect for any occasion. Stock# ES9594 Hallmarked: London 1910 $2,800 (On hold TS)
Today engraving is commonly done with electric drills or quite often a design is simply stamped onto a ring, whereas this antique buckle ring has the most exceptional hand engraving all the way around that is not only truly spectacular to admire, but it also has such a wonderful tactile feel to it. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in Birmingham in 1908, the buckle design was very popular in the late Victorian era as well as the Edwardian era when this ring was made. Measuring 10.5mm wide at the buckle section to 6.9mm wide at the back, it is incredible to admire the astonishing detail in this ring which would of course taken an immense amount of time to engrave by hand. With a lovely solid heft to it, this antique ring is as incredible to admire as when it was made well over 100 years ago. Stock# ES9481 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1908 $Sold.
Today so much engraving is done with an electric drill, however nothing beats the quality and skill needed for hand engraving, and here is a lovely antique buckle ring that was so beautifully engraved. Made in 18 carat yellow gold, the ring is designed with a buckle motif which was a very popular design from the Victorian to the Edwardian era and at the buckle section at the front it measures 9.4mm and tapers down to 5.9mm wide at the back. The engraving around the ring really exemplifies the quality and skill that the engraver had and is not only so beautiful to admire but also so tactile to touch, let alone feel so lovely on the finger. Perfect for any finger and any occasion, this antique buckle ring is as beautiful today as when it was made all those years ago. Stock# ES8712 Hallmarked: London 1906 $Sold
The buckle design was a popular motif during the late Victorian era, and is often seen in not only rings, but bangles and earrings as well, and here is a beautifully hand engraved antique buckle ring made in 1885. Made in 18 carat yellow gold, the ring measures 6.2mm wide and 8.6mm wide at the buckle section. Not only doesn't the buckle design make it very beautiful, but the incredible hand engraving around the ring is just spectacular to admire. The time needed to hand engrave this ring would have been immense and the quality and tactile feel to it is just incredible. Whereas most engraving today is done by an electric engraver or simply stamped out, nothing beats the unique quality of hand engraving such as on this ring here. Perfect for any finger and occasion and so easy to wear all the time, this is one of the most spectacular examples of a genuine antique hand engraved buckle rings that you will ever find. Stock# ES9105 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1885 $Sold.
The buckle design has been used in jewellery for centuries and was especially popular from the Georgian period onward, and here is a lovely since 18ct antique buckle ring set with rubies and diamonds. This incredibly stylish ring very cleverly uses the plain high polish of the band to contrast with the stippled effect of the buckle sections at each end. This gives the ring such a lovely textured look and feel and then is of course highlighted with the two rubies and the diamond. The rubies total 0.16 carats and the diamond 0.04 carats and add so much more character to a traditional buckle ring. Measuring 10.9mm wide at the buckle section, this ring sits so well on the finger and is so comfortable to wear on any finger. No matter the finger this ring is worn on, there is no doubt that this Victorian era antique buckle ring set with rubies and diamonds will always be admired. Stock# ES6079 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Here is an absolutely beautiful 18ct gold hand engraved buckle ring made in 1910, that will look good when worn on any finger and is sure to be admired. The exceptional hand engraving would have taken such an incredible amount of time, and the detail that is achieved by hand engraving is always so much more superior to machine engraving as is typically done today. The painstaking time to do this would have been immense and the quality shows not just in the engraving, but the fact that this ring was made over 100 years ago and still looks incredible. Measuring 12.6mm wide at the buckle section by 8.9mm wide at the back of the ring, the buckle design is often seen in jewellery of the late Victorian period of the 1800's and into the Edwardian period when this ring was made. No matter which finger it will be worn om, there is no denying that this beautiful antique buckle ring will always look and feel so good on the finger. Stock# ES6846 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1910 $Sold.
The buckle ring design was popular during the Victorian era of the 1800's, and here is a lovely 18ct antique buckle ring made in 1878. With the distinct advantage of sitting nice and close to the finger, this means that 140 years later, it is still in superb condition. The attractive design of the buckle combined with the smooth polished gold will allow this to be worn with other antique rings as well as modern contemporary jewellery and fit right in. Measuring 8.1mm wide at the buckle section and 4.7mm wide at the back, this is such a comfortable ring to wear on any finger as well as anytime of the day or night. Stock# ES7701 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1878 $sold
Just look at the attention to detail on this beautiful antique hand engraved buckle ring and you will fall in love with not only the design of the ring, but also the exquisite engraving. Made in 18ct yellow gold in Chester in 1910, this ring dates from the end of the Edwardian era however the buckle design in jewellery was also popular in the late Victorian period of the 1890's right through to when this ring was made. Measuring 9.3mm wide at the buckle section and tapering down to an elegant 6.2mm wide at the back, the tactile feel of this ring is just wonderful and feels so comfortable to touch and wear. With a lovely design and engraving to match, this antique buckle ring will not only look perfect on any finger but also feel so wonderful to wear all the time day or night. Stock# ES6280 Hallmarked: Chester 1910 $Sold.