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During the period, the act of committing to marriage took place as a formal ceremony with vows, considered sacred and unbreakable, exchanged. A ring was given by the man to the woman to bind the pledge and worn until the marriage. That practice is believed to derive from the custom of providing a bride’s price or dowry. This example is gilt bronze, size 8 1/2 with a narrow band and central diamond flanked by fleur de Lys motif. Light surface texture from burial. Professionally refurbished with the 24karat gold surface restored and gift boxed with a certificate of authenticity. Good wearable size.
Stock Number: B3563

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