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1886 Baby Ring

1886 Baby Ring

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A teeny-tiny keepsake, to commemorate the newest member of the family - way back in 1886! Baby rings were well-loved by the Victorians, who were at once sentimental and practical. With infant mortality as high as it was (globally, in 1880, around 38% of children died before they reached the age of 5), a piece of jewelry marked the occasion of the birth and could also be held close as a keepsake at a time when photographs of a lost child weren't readily available.

We love the tiny scale of these small pieces, and the way they can elevate an everyday ring stack by being worn as a midi ring or strung along a chain with other charms and talismans. This would make a great gift for a new parent (maybe one born [19]86?), the baby of your family, or your love. Or maybe just for you - cuz you're nobody's baby!

• 10k rosy gold, unmarked by tested
• Warm, rich patina throughout
• Size is 7/8, with evidence of resizing and possibility of being sized again
• 3.5mm wide and 0.4mm thick
• 0.6g
• Face of ring reads "18BABY86"
• Please note that chain is not included and only shown as a styling suggestion
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