This English sterling napkin ring is of particular interest to those who follow the English royal family. It commemorates the 25th year of the reign of George V in 1935. This monarch was a grandson of Queen Victoria. The special double head mark of the king and queen appears. It was only used on silver and was voluntary, so this mark is not often seen. The napkin ring of course has the standard hallmarks for sterling, the city, and the maker's mark. The maker was S. Blanckensee and Son Ltd. of Chester. The length is just over 2 inches with the width at 1.25 inches. The weight is 0.7 ounce. The napkin ring is monogrammed. The ring is in flawless condition. Note the art deco shape of this napkin ring.