London 9ct Hallmarks from 1900
Victorian Keeper Ring in 9ct Rose Gold
Could this possibly be the cutest antique keeper ring we’ve ever come across?
Keeper rings were very popular from mid-Victorian times through to the late Edwardian period and this oh-so-sweet example dates from the turn of the century, bearing London hallmarks from 1900.
Crafted from two rose gold bands braided together, it is more dainty in design than most keeper rings – it look so elegant and feminine on the hand!
A completely hand-made ring, not cast, this makes all the difference to the intricacy of the detail, creating a lovely bold 3D look. Photos really don’t do this one justice, it looks stunning in person.
A wonderfully unique wedding or anniversary ring, or a great everyday gold band ring.