A beautiful late Georgian era (reign of WILLIAM IV) black enamel mourning band. We specially love the unusual 'shell' motif around the edges in this ring. Shell symbolizes rebirth. The black enamel says 'in memory of' in gothic script around the band. At inner band, the inscription reads 'Elizabeth, Hall. Obt 20th Aug. 1826. AE 29'. The ring is fully English hallmarked : WE (makers mark), 18k, London 1824 (letter i). Overall the ring is in great condition.
Width: Approximately 9mm
US Size: 7 (fits like 7)
*The last image shows this Victorian diamond mourning ring together.