This old sterling thimble is a small size and may have been used by a little girl in the early 1900’s. It has two bands at the bottom with simple designs. There appears to be a monogram etched on the plain panel but it’s difficult to make out because it is so faint. It MIGHT be M C. It has the number 7 which I believe is the size and a faint hallmark that I believe the “fouled” anchor of the Goldsmith Stern Co. of N.Y. and Philadelphia which would date it to the 1890-1908 period. It is not marked sterling but has been tested to be so.
It measures about 13/16” high and about 5/8” in diameter and it is nice but used condition. There are no holes in the stippled area but the detail is faint from wear and there is also some needle scratch wear from use.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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