Vintage Art Deco Sterling Silver Enamel Filigree Ring Daughters of America
Dating to the 1920s/1930s or so, may I offer this silver filigree ring featuring an enamel panel over a camphor glass panel. The enamel piece to the top of the ring reads "D of A" and I think it stands for Daughters of America, but I am not entirely sure. The colors are certainly patriotic enough - red, white and blue in an old fashioned American shield.
Condition: Very nice with no problems I can spot. This isn't a "fine" ring so the joins at the front and the back do show the solder just a smidge.
Metal Content: Sterling Silver
Hallmarks: Sterling on the inside of the shank
Size: Ring size is 5-3/4. The top flat of the ring measures 5/8" x 7/16".
Weight: 2.9 grams
Final Comments: Adorable!
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Antique Sterling Silver Enamel Ring Daughters of America