Victorian Mizpah Ring
A Victorian ring made during the late 1800s in 9k gold. The word "Mizpah" is displayed across the ring and sandwiched in between border engraving. The word Mizpah is derived from the Bible and became a popular sentiment during the Victorian era, especially in jewelry. The word signifies an emotional bond between two people who are separated. Inside of ring includes assay and hallmarks for Birmingham, 1888.
Era: Victorian, 1888
Materials: 9k Gold
Size: US 7.5
Condition: Very good, light wear commensurate with age. Evidence of resizing present on shank.