A late Victorian arrowed double-heart ring with diamond and ruby from 1891.
The hinge in this ring opens and reveal the hidden word 'MIZPAH'. Mizpah jewelry symbolizes a love token when two people were separated by distance. Originally the word, Mizpah is derived from Hebrew in the bible; “The Lord watch between me and thee, when we are absent one from another.” With this tender meaning, Mizpah jewelry represents the emotional bond between two people. This ring is fully English hallmarked 18k, Chester, 1891. Overall in great condition.
US Size: 6.5