Edwardian 18ct Gold Lover’s Knot Ring Set With Three Diamonds
A lovely 75% pure gold (or 750 parts pure gold and 250 parts other metals) gold A type of finger ring, often worn as a betrothal ring or an engagement ring, but sometimes merely as a token of affection, having the bezel made from twisted wire so as to form a complicated four-loop knot. Such rings were so worn engraved with a simple inscription or merely an appropriate symbol. ring that was made in Birmingham in 1915. Lover’s knot rings were popular in the early 1900s. The meaning was “Eternal love that cannot be untied.” This style of ring is so wearable and always looks good day or night. It is set with three diamonds that serve to highlight the design.
Date & Origin
'18' for 18ct gold
Maker's mark W.L. possibly for William Lewis of Rosebury Avenue, London & Northampton Street, Birmingham
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