Jamestown Gimmel Ring



A perfect gift for any puzzle-lover, the gimmel ring provides both a fun challenge and a conversation piece.

Reproduced from an original 17th century gold finger ring found during the excavations of a cellar in James Fort, this particular ring consists of three bands which form an elegant twisted design.

Gimmel rings consist of interlocking bands which fit together like puzzle pieces, symbolizing a bond of friendship or love.

Available in either vermeil or sterling silver, the individual bands of this delicate ring measure 1mm each.


The original artifact dates to c. 1611-1617 and is on display in the Archaearium.

Additional information

Weight .03 lbs



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