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A sweet diamond leaf signet ring made in Birmingham 1891. 


I've been scratching my head a little with this piece because at first glance it looks like a stick pin conversion, you know the kind, we see them all the time . However, I do believe that the head and shoulders of the ring are original to eachother. The rope work is seamless and the width of the shoulders are very much in proportion with the face.

Three clean bright rose cuts are set into the centre of the disc in the shape of a leaf. Victorians were well known for using symbolic foliage in their designs. Could these three stones have been a nod to the wearers family?


It's of my opinion that the shank was replaced in 1891 for whatever reason but maybe it was just comissioned as a bespoke piece.


However it has come to be, it's a really lovely little ring.



Beautiful Victorian diamond signet ring

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    • Material - 9ct gold | rose cut diamonds

    • Hallmarks - 9 | 375 | Birmingham | 1891

    • Country of origin - England

    • Size - UK J / US 4.75

    • Width of shank - 3mm

    • Weight - 1.9g

    • Condition - excellent antique condition

  • All of my pieces are at the very least pre-loved and most of them are vintage or antique. This item is not brand new and as such, will not look brand new. Please expect signs of wear to include kinks in links, surface wear to gold, scuffs to stones and accept this as part and parcel of buying second hand jewellery. I will be as clear as I can with item descriptions and condition statement and aim to make sure you are aware of any potential defects before you buy.

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