a piece of finger jewelry worn in memory of a deceased person
Again, in the Letter she says that she sends the mourning ring by Paris.
To her brother—or, in case of his death, to his heirs; and five pounds to Natty to buy a mourning ring.
In return Mary would send her mourning ring; the stone I compare to my heart.
One morning he showed to a friend the mourning ring which the author of Christabelle had left him.
Dalhousie put on his hat, and, taking the mourning ring from the table, was about to enfold it in a bit of paper.
The favorite testimonial of affection to survivors was the mourning ring or seal.
Five hundred guineas to each of my executors; and to each of these four a mourning ring.'
Not one penny; not a mourning ring; not a single sign or token of affection to one of them.
It was a mourning ring, with the deaths-head and cross-bones.
To the worshipful gentlemen and ladies who shall follow my body to the grave, ten guineas each, to buy a mourning ring.