Late 19th century wedding ring set with turquoise cabochon.
Victorian Fede ring in rose gold 14 karats. Victorian gimmel ring composed of 3 rings articulating around a fine pin. The rings fit together and form a motif: two hands clasped on a heart. The hands are delicately chiselled and decorated with cuffs, set with four turquoise cabochons. Fede ring of the end of the 19th century.
Finger size : 46 EU or 3.5 (no sizing possible)
Dimensions of the main motif : 6 mm x 12 mm
Condition : scratches from use
Weight : 3,07 gr
More information : these rings have different names “rings of faith”, “Fede ring” or “mani in fede rings” (meaning hands in confidence). The ring of faith spread throughout Europe during the Middle Ages and remained popular for the next six centuries. Here, the hands represent friendship and the heart symbolises love. Sometimes a crown is placed over the heart, representing loyalty. It is therefore a jewel of feeling, a ring sealing a union full of promise.
**The antique box is not sold with the item**