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A very pretty Victorian 18ct yellow gold, rose cut diamond and black enamel mourning ring dating from the mid 19th century circa 1869. The mourning ring depicts one of the most common symbols of the period, the forget-me-not flower. The outline of the flower beautifully inlaid with black enamel which remains in excellent condition and the detailing of the flower is highlighted with rose cut diamonds. The shoulders are further set with fancy cursive engraving again inlaid with black enamel. A delightful antique Victorian ring with lots of character and charm perfect for a collector or addition to any ring stack.


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RING SIZE – UK L / US 5¾ / EU 50⅞

Resizing is available upon request. 


MEASUREMENT – 18mm internal diameter


WEIGHT – 2.6g


MATERIALS – 18ct gold/ enamel/ diamond


HALLMARK – Full hallmarks for Birmingham, 18ct, 1869


CONDITION – This ring is in excellent condition commensurate with age and use. All the gems are natural, securely set and original to the ring, there is a small amount of enamel loss to the shoulders which isn’t seen when worn.

Victorian 18ct Gold Rose Cut Diamond Forget Me Not Mourning Ring, Circa 1869

  • Total diameter of the ring approx. 17mm

    Resizing available upon request, here.



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