Replica of Fanny Brawne's Engagement Ring - CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE
In the winter of 1818, John Keats presented a ring to Fanny Brawne, his love and muse for the most productive years of his writing career. She would be the source of inspiration for many poems, including the famous Bright Star, his last and among his most well-loved sonnets.
Hand-crafted by local Roman craftsman, Walter Dell'Erba, this sterling silver replica set with a lab ruby is an elegant reproduction of that which Fanny would wear in memory of Keats throughout her life.
KEATS, BORGES AND THE NIGHTINGALE: A celebration of the Borges manuscript at the Keats-Shelley House with an essay by Jason Wilson