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During the Renaissance, 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 size 7 1/2 with a circle flanked by crossed scepters (?) over elongated diamonds. Well detailed and very skillfully made. It has been professionally refurbished with the 24karat gold surface restored and is gift boxed with a certificate of authenticity.    

Stock Number: A9653

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