This is a Georgian 15ct yellow gold swivel ring with black and white enamel. The front is inscribed ANN RANDALL DIED 27 OCT 1802 AGED 57.
Mourning jewellery represents a connection to a deceased love one. Mourning jewellery often features a tribute to the subject, commonly with an inscription, their initials, an eternal knot, lock of hair, a cameo or silhouette of the subject. Common symbolism in mourning jewellery includes crucifixes or crosses, plaited hair or hairwork, flowers and floral patterns, weeping willows, cameos and female busts. 14.9mm x 12.4mm x 5.1mm.
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The item "Georgian Gold Ring Georgian 1802 Black Enamel Mourning Ring 15ct Yellow Gold" is in sale since Wednesday, February 3, 2021. This item is in the category "Jewellery & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewellery\Vintage Fine Jewellery\Pre-1837".
The seller is "thevintagejeweller" and is located in London,. This item can be shipped worldwide.