A ring, once owned by Jane Austen is going on display for the first time at her former home at Chawton in Hampshire.
The ring was bought by American singer Kelly Clarkson at auction, but an export ban meant it couldn't leave the country.
An anonymous donor then gave 100 thousand pounds to buy the ring back. ITV Meridian spoke to Curator Mary Guyatt.
Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice has reached a two century landmark.
It is two hundred years since the author's famous work was first seen in print.
The original book is still extremely popular and has been estimated to sell up to 50,000 copies each year in the UK - all this despite the numerous on-screen adaptations of the work.