Description

This unusual band is from the late Georgian/Early Victorian era.  Made in 18k and engraved "Paris, Janvier 1832" (Paris, January 1832).  The front plaque is engraved "FSC & VSC".  I think, THINK, that this may be a wedding band or a romantic token.  At first I thought it was a mourning ring, but almost always you would see the full date and rarely see the location.  It also has a ton of wear as if it was worn often and loved well.  So my vote is for romance!  A sweet, dainty piece from an era long ago...

Size 5 and cannot be resized.  

Not stamped or signed but tested for metal content.

Measures a touch over 1/4" wide at the widest.

Weighs 1.2 grams.

In good antique condition.  Wear to ridges of the band in some areas, some areas missing.  Ring is stable and is fine to wear.

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