Early Victorian 15ct and Enamel Fede Ring
Early Victorian 15ct and Enamel Fede Ring
Early Victorian 15ct and Enamel Fede Ring
Early Victorian 15ct and Enamel Fede Ring
Early Victorian 15ct and Enamel Fede Ring
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Early Victorian 15ct and Enamel Fede Ring

This unusual ring is called a 'Fede' ring The name is taken from the Italian word Fede and represents trust.

Gifted as a betrothal ring or a token of affection. Two hands are clasped and the attached band is “wrapped” in black enamel.

Possibly to symbolise love that continued beyond mortal life.

Circa 1840.

Metal: Unmarked but tests for 15ct yellow gold.

Black enamel decoration. Hand clasp at top :1.5cm x 0.4cm

Total weight: 1.5gm

Size: P  please note this ring cannot be sized so if you find it doesn't fit it may be returned. thank you 

GR075