Antique Boxed Sterling Silver Napkin Ring William Cooper London 1901 for sale
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Early Edwardian sterling silver napkin ring. Hallmarked for London 1901, with makers mark for William Cooper. Pretty scalloped edges with wavy line detail to outer rim and plain through main body of napkin ring with an inscription of 'D V' In what we think is the original box but cannot be 100% certain. Box itself is leather coated with velvet interior to base and padded material to lid. Brass hinged and brass button push clasp. Inside of lid is printed with the following: Evershed & Sons 119 & 121 Church Road& 52 Western Road Hove & 17 Terminus RoadEastbourne. The napkin ring has some areas of wear and tarnish and some surface scratches. The hallmarks are nice and legible. There are no visible dents or dings. Napkin ring measures approx 3cm in height with top diameter of 5cm and weighs 26 grams. It has some areas of wear and tarnish and surface scratching, but there are no visible dents or dings and the hallmarks are legible. The box is in very good antique condition. The outer leather has some small areas of wear and tear. The hinge and clasp are in good working order. The interior materials are secure and complete. All in all this is great little item and would make great addition to your collection. Any questions please do not hesitate to contact us. We will ship worldwide but PLEASE CONTACT US BEFORE BIDDING for accurate shipping costs and alternative shipping methods. Combined postage on multiple purchases. Thanks for taking look and happy bidding!...
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