The Nathan Vintage Shield Signet Ring
The Nathan vintage ring is a weighty shield signet to adorn.
- Currently an AU size X 1/2
- Can be resized up to a size Z, down to an size S 1/2
- 9ct yellow gold
- Features a shield shaped signet face measuring 1.2cm x 1.4cm
Named for Nathaniel Hawthorne - an American novelist, dark romantic, and short story writer. Our favourite quote from Nathaniel reads; "Happiness is as a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but which if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you".
One of the most widely used ornaments in medieval Europe was the ring. It was attributed ever more symbolic and religious value, as well as ever greater importance as a talisman, good omen, and sign of office, and, as always, it served as a seal.
Ships for free anywhere in the world with full tracking & signature on delivery.
Ready to ship in its current size.
Please allow 5 business days for dispatch over the Christmas & New Year period.
Please allow up to ten business days until dispatch if a resize has been requested.
This item comes gift-boxed.
We've extended our free ring resizing window for all purchases over $450. Any vintage or engagement rings purchased between 24 Dec - 15 Jan receive free resizing within 30 days of purchase.
Returns are accepted for this item. Learn more.
Please note that we are unable to accept returns for rings that have been resized.
We’re proud to carefully restore our vintage pieces here in our Brisbane studio.
Each piece is a time-capsule in jewellery form, awash in the soft shine of time.
By giving new life to an existing piece, we lower its carbon footprint & reduce the need to manufacture anew.
Not your size? Simply select from the resize options above prior to checkout & our Studio will resize this beauty for you before shipping.
Not sure what your size is? View our size guide here.
We offer one free ring resize, on rings over $850, within 6 months of purchase.Please allow an additional 14 business days for resizing to be completed, prior to shipping.