Antique Regency era Signet ring, 9ct Rose gold, monogrammed

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A handsome antique, Regency era 9ct Rose gold signet ring.

It has a shield shaped face with an engraved monogram of initials in heavy gothic script, appears to be IMD, each letter has a different style of engraving.

It has chunky raised and gadrooned and shoulders.

It has a wide smooth polished 9ct gold band, the ring has both rose and yellow gold tones to it but is mostly Rose gold in colour.

It has full hallmarks to the inner band and short hallmarks to the back of the face, fully hallmarked for 9ct gold, Birmingham assay office, 1814.

This is a beautiful early signet.

Signet rings derive their name from the Latin for signature, they were popular throughout history in men's jewellery and were often carved with family crests or signatures and used as stamps or intaglios, later they remained popular as a fashion choice and they have remained a popular piece of mens jewellery since their creation.

Condition:
Good used condition overall, some surface wear and surface scratches commensurate with age, some wear to the top of the shield with a ding and nick to the top.

Approx weight: 3.70 g.

Ring face approx 12mm length, 4mm band width.

UK/AU ring size U
US ring size 10. 25
EU / MM ring size 62.89

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