Signet rings appeared during the Victorian era, where they became a vital accessory for well-dressed men, and part of the revival of Renaissance and ancient. They were mostly worn on the pinky or as a pendant on a necklace.
The signet ring later became an iconic accessory for both men and women around the world, worn by famous personalities and known for their unique historical value.
Shakespeare famously wore his gold signet ring with his initials engraved on it. He used it as a stamp to seal all his work with wax.
18 K white gold ring set with 13 brown
Weight: 11 grams