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Georgian 15ct gold ivory and enamel mourning ring with a sepia monogram PR. A beautiful mourning ring with a white enamel band inscribed 'Peter Ramsey Ob: 27th Oct 1781 Ae 48'. Although most mourning rings have black enamel white was used to signify a child or unmarried person.

Georgian 15ct gold ivory and enamel mourning ring with a sepia monogram PR. A beautiful mourning ring with a white enamel band inscribed 'Peter Ramsey Ob: 27th Oct 1781 Ae 48'. Although most mourning rings have black enamel white was used to signify a child or unmarried person.

Кольцо из резной слоновой кости, Англия, XVIII век

Ivory finger ring, England, probably London, around AD The bezel of the ring is inset with a minutely carved ivory vessel under sail on a blue background under glass, bordered with a gold rim.

Georgian Garnet & Diamond Ring, c. 1730-1790

Early Georgian ring dating to English in origin with a beautifully preserved garnet cabachon and two rose cut diamonds all set in gold. The two diamonds are in forms of blooms on a flower and the shank a twining vine

This mourning ring features a sepia painting of an urn on ivory, surrounded by weeping willows made of tiny pieces of hair

A mourning ring is a finger ring worn in memory of someone who has died. It often bears the name and date of death of the person, and possibly an image of them, or a motto. They were usually paid for.

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