Women’s English 19th Century 22ct Gold and Black Enamel Mourning Ring
An English mourning ring made in the 19th century during the Georgian era of 22ct gold and black enamel. The central black enamel band bears the inscription: Susanna Ward OB 13 Mar 1814 AET 67. The letters "AET" stand for "age at death" in Latin, and "OBT," means "date of death.” There are four hallmarks: makers mark: GS, duty mark, city mark: lion passant, and date letter: S Ring size: Women’s 4 ½, this ring cannot be re-sized due to the inscription and hallmarks. (Rings such as these make a fashion statement when 2 or more are worn together. Weighs: 3.3 grams The lion passant hallmark was used on 22k gold from 1575 – 1843.
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