18ct yellow, white and rose gold crossover Russian wedder style ring with grain set diamonds. The Russian Wedding Rings are three interlocking bands of rose, white and yellow gold, worn on the right hand. They roll together over the finger and sit perfectly together to look like a single ring when in fact they are independent. The three bands symbolise the Holy Trinity of Christian Orthodox religion, or the past, present, and future of the couple. This ring is particularly unusual as one of the bands is set with diamonds making it very unique, and the rings were soldered together to join all three rings, making it one solid piece.
English Hallmarked on each ring, London C.1970
Finger size K