the buckle design has been seen in jewellery for centuries and is thought to represent an unbreakable bond between two people, and here is a gorgeous antique buckle ring that was made in 1902.
Made in 18 carat gold in Birmingham, not only does this ring have such a wonderful buckle design, but is has also been expertly hand engraved all the way around. There is something so much more special about hand engraving over machine engraving or a design that is simply just stamped out, and this ring shows the quality and attention to detail that went into making it well over 100 years ago.
Measuring 8.1mm wide at the buckle section to 4.5mm, this ring will sit so well and suit any finger that it is worn on.
Hallmarked: Birmingham 1902
Antique buckle ring made in 1902
This antique buckle ring made in 1902 was made in 18 carat yellow gold. It has also been expertly hand engraved showing how much time and attention went into making this ring during the Edwardian era.
What does buckle jewellery mean?
There are a few schools of thought on the buckle meaning, however it is generally accepted that it represents an unbreakable bond between two people. The buckle design was a popular design in jewellery from the Georgian and Victorian eras.
Where can I buy antique jewellery in Sydney?
At Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building. For over thirty five years, Kalmar Antiques has been dealing in antique jewellery and watches from the 1800's to today.
When was the Edwardian era?
The Edwardian era was from 1901 until 1910.
Where can I buy antique engagements in Sydney?
At Kalmar Antiques. We have a wide range of genuine antique engagement rings to suit all styles and price range.
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