Here is a very elegant and stylish Art Deco signet ring made in France in the 1930's in 18 carat yellow and white gold in a wonderful angular design very typical of the era when it was made.
With a wonderful hexagonal top that measures 8mm by 11.1mm across, this then leads to a chevron design in white gold that tapers down in width making this such a comfortable ring to wear all the time.
Easily able to be engraved on the top with initials or a monogram or left plain, this signet ring looks so sleek and modern, yet is coming close to 100 years old.
Perfect for any finger, there is no doubt that this signet ring will always be admired every time that it is worn.
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Art Deco signet ring made in France in the 1930's
This signet ring was made in 18 carat yellow and white gold with a chevron design on the sides.
Signet rings go as far back to ancient Egypt over 4,000 years ago, and use of the term "signet" or "seal", is from the Latin sigillum (seal), diminutive of signum (sign) and dates back at least to the second half of the thirteenth century. This antique signet ring is set hand engraved on the sides.
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