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Antique Victorian Solid Silver Napkin Ring

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Antique Victorian Solid Silver Napkin Ring
Weight: 20.5 grams
Dimensions: approximately 1-7/8” in diameter, and 1-716” in height
Material: Tests out as either sterling or .900 Coin Silver.
Hallmarks: None
Art Motif: The napkin holder has an octagonal repousse panel design; Four of the panels are identical and serve as borders; the other four panels are repoussage designs of game birds, basket of fruit, grape cluster with leaves, and an engraved floral medallion frame with the monogram: Mother.
Condition: Fair…exactly as pictured. The item indicates that at some time it had been functionally repaired. The cyclic ornamental repousse panels are for the most part are in good shape.

This item was recently purchased from an estate. Most of the Silverware was from the 1800’s. It’s a genuine piece antique Americana… Needless to say – products were made to last. …Last for generations.

The napkin ring, even though repaired, would still look interestingly elegant knotting a Kerchief. We must in fairness give some credit and consideration to the fact that it survived the America’s Civil War and it was too nice to throw in a silver pot. Very reasonably priced -- it makes for a tasteful, Valentine’s or Mother’s Day gift or nice addition to a historical silverware collection.

Antique Victorian Solid Silver Napkin Ring

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: Sterling Silver
  • Feedback: 220 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Ohio, United States.
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