The association of knots with the symbolism of love, friendship, and affection dates back to antiquity. Throughout the last few centuries, though, they've most commonly been regarded as a symbol of the connection between two lovers. This particular type, often called the "true lover's knot", was a popular ring style for sailors separated from their beloved. It's made by interlocking two overhand knots in two parallel wires, so each one is flexible to move about the other, yet they're inseparable forever. (Aw!)
This product is final sale.
Contemporary. Handmade in Portland, Oregon.
14k white gold.
Available in whole ring sizes 5-8. Ring can be sized up or down by a local jeweler should you want it adjusted.
please note:Terms of Sale
Shipping for orders during the sale is FREE for purchases over $100. For purchases under $100, a flat $7 fee within the USA will be charged to cover packaging and shipping costs.
- For sale orders, we'll be using minimal packaging and shipping via USPS first class mail. Since these sales are always extremely popular, expect to wait up to 4 weeks for shipping and handling. We have two employees and expect many hundreds of orders. You'll receive an email when your order ships, which may take several weeks. Please be patient!
- All sale items will be shipped using minimal packaging. We are unable to provide gift wrapping or notes for any sale orders—sorry!
- Additional antique items will be added daily. If you place multiple orders, EMAIL US with both your order numbers. We’ll refund you the second shipping fee and will combine all items into one package.
- All purchases of sale items are FINAL sale. No refunds or exchanges.
In Victorian times, to show if a young couple's love would last, each would take a small limb of a tree and tie a lover's knot.