This incredible rare Victorian signet seal ring holds a key that discreetly tucks under the head of the ring. The key would have opened a coffer - aka a small box - used to hold jewelry, money, or other valuables. The face of the ring features a bird's head (most likely a heron) emerging from a ducal coronet - possibly the Knowler heraldic crest.
14k gold (tests)
5.5, can be resized for an additional fee of $90; 1/2 x 3/8" head, 2.5mm shank
1837 — 1901
Rings with hidden keys are a great idea, but not a new one. Let’s go back 2000+ years.