The Victorian language of flowers added an extra symbolic strand to the forget-me-not’s message of remembrance: that of true love. And because the Victorians adored both sentimental and symbolic jewelry, and because the five-petalled forget-me-not was relatively simple to depict, it became a common motif.
An extremely delicate early 19th-century example circa 1840, this ring is in excellent shape with a very detailed shank featuring two beautiful flowers on the shoulders.
Materials and Features: 18k gold, emerald, pearl
Age/Origin: Victorian, Early 19th C, c. 1840
Measurements: Size 7.25, 1.4 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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