Silver plated napkin rings were a necessary dining feature in the Victorian era. The owner would identify his or her napkin by the unique holder they used. This would allow the person to re-use their cloth napkin multiple times and also denoted their place at the table. This figural napkin holder has a cherub or angel rolling and pushing the ring. Look closely and you will see that there is damage to one of the feet. The silver is in excellent condition. 2"h X 1.75"w X 3"d, Condition: Good, Circa: 1880's.
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