A rare and fabulous elephant gold ring from the 19th century British Raj period. The British Raj was the period of British rule on the Indian subcontinent between 1858 and 1947. The ring features a small elephant standing in a three dimensional form. Elephants represent good luck, strength and prosperity. Pieces from the British Raj era often show the elephant motif, as the elephant is a sacred animal that also symbolizes peace, strength and protection. This ring is a unique amulet that eliminates obstacles and negative forces. Crafted in 22ct gold, the rich yellow gold feels tactile and substantial with the weight of 6.84 grams. Overall the ring is in great condition with the natural patina in gold.
US Size: 8.5 (resizable)
Height (elephant): Approximately 6.5mm