A boxed set of six late Victorian sterling silver napkin rings. The English set are classic in details and have gadrooned borders. Each napkin ring is engraved with numbers from 1 to 6. A number on a napkin ring helped identify which diner used the napkin since during the Victorian Era napkins were reused. Perhaps this fact could be conversation at your next dinner party.
The set comes with a presentation case handsomely lined in a rich royal blue velvet with satin lining.
English sterling silver; fully hallmarked with Lion Passant for sterling guarantee of .925, Anchor mark for Assay town -Birmingham, date letter ‘a” for 1900, and maker’s mark for Charles Horner
Measurements, 1 ¼” high and 1 7/8” in diameter 210 gram weight or 6.7 troy ounces
Condition Report; very good, there are a few small dings and surface scratches in accordance with age and use.
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ITEM ID 120029