Fine French sterling silver napkin ring worked in the Rococo or Louis XVI style. Flowers and vines decorate the piece along with abundant use of acanthus details. It is monogrammed but as usual these lovely old script initials are difficult to decipher.
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French, c 1880, .950 silver as denoted by the Minerve 1st Titre mark, makers mark is EH which I read as Huignard, Emile (axe)
Measurements; , 2” in diameter X 1 5/8” high weight; 48 grams
Condition Report; Very good, the napkin ring is slightly out of round (not unusual for these grand pieces)
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