Georgian Enamelled "Constante" Ring
DATE: Georgian, c.1810
This splendid Georgian ring bears the Latin word CONSTANTE, meaning "enduring through space and time," or "steady in purpose." The lettering is paired with an attractive laurel motif, resting between two bands of deep blue enamel. Modelled in rich 18k yellow gold, it dates to the early 19th Century, c.1810.
Width of band: 5.6mm
No marks present, tests as 18k gold