This is a lovely matching pair of Antique Sterling Silver Napkin Rings from the 1800s. They would make a great Wedding or Christening gift.
They were made by Cornelius Desormeux Saunders and James Francis Hollings Shepherd. Both were Hallmarked in Birmingham, one in 1896 and the other in 1897.
They are both made of shiny Sterling Silver. They have a ridged pattern to their edges and the Hallmarks and Maker’s Marks to the outside.
Both are in good condition. There is a very tiny dint close to the rim on one ring. Both have a little tarnish which helps to give the antique look.
They weigh 12.3g together.
They are slightly narrower, elegant napkin rings. One has a depth of 1.3cm and the other 1.4cm (just over 1/2 inch).
Pair of Victorian Sterling Silver Napkin Rings
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