So many times there are "hidden" meanings in antique jewellery, from the white enamel to represent purity, the forget-me-not flower representing an undying love, and the infinity symbol to represent an unbreakable bond between two people, and here we have a gorgeous ring with two infinity symbols, being "held" strongly between each other.
Made in 9 carat rose gold in Birmingham in 1895, this is a ring that will surprise so many when they discover how modern it looks, yet it was made over 120 years ago. Not only will this ring look and feel so comfortable on the finger, but so many people will look at it and not instantly recognise the wonderful special sentiment that is attached to it, and once realised, will instantly fall in love with it.
Measuring 12.8mm at the top and tapering down to 3.8mm wide at the back, this wonderful ring will make such a special ring to wear with so much love and pride on any finger.
Hallmarked: Birmingham 1895
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Antique double infinity ring made in 1895
This antique double infinity ring was made in 9 carat rose gold.
What is the infinity symbol in jewellery?
The infinity symbol was invented by the English mathematician John Wallis in 1655. Over time it became used in jewellery to sybolise an unbreakable bond between two people.
Where can I buy antique rings in Australia?
At Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building. For over thirty five years, Kalmar Antiques have become one of Australia's best antique stores in Australia.
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