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ANTIQUE SILVER NAPKIN RINGS


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An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver set of six napkin rings, having round bodies with concave sides, and hand-engraved floral decoration surrounding cartouches numbered 1 to 6, and applied plain borders, all in their original maroon satin and velvet-lined presentation box. Made by John Grinsell & Sons of Birmingham in 1887. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver napkin rings are diameter 4.5 cms (1.75 inches), height 3 cms (1.3 inch), and they weigh a total of approx. 185g (6 troy ounces).

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An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver set of six napkin rings, having round bodies with concave sides, and hand-engraved floral decoration surrounding cartouches numbered 1 to 6, and applied plain borders, all in their original maroon satin and velvet-lined presentation box. Made by John Grinsell & Sons of Birmingham in 1887. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver napkin rings are diameter 4.5 cms (1.75 inches), height 3 cms (1.3 inch), and they weigh a total of approx. 185g (6 troy ounces).
An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver set of six napkin rings, having round bodies with concave sides, and hand-engraved floral decoration surrounding cartouches numbered 1 to 6, and applied plain borders, all in their original maroon satin and velvet-lined presentation box. Made by John Grinsell & Sons of Birmingham in 1887. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver napkin rings are diameter 4.5 cms (1.75 inches), height 3 cms (1.3 inch), and they weigh a total of approx. 185g (6 troy ounces).
An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver set of six napkin rings, having round bodies with concave sides, and hand-engraved floral decoration surrounding cartouches numbered 1 to 6, and applied plain borders, all in their original maroon satin and velvet-lined presentation box. Made by John Grinsell & Sons of Birmingham in 1887. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver napkin rings are diameter 4.5 cms (1.75 inches), height 3 cms (1.3 inch), and they weigh a total of approx. 185g (6 troy ounces).    An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver set of six napkin rings, having round bodies with concave sides, and hand-engraved floral decoration surrounding cartouches numbered 1 to 6, and applied plain borders, all in their original maroon satin and velvet-lined presentation box. Made by John Grinsell & Sons of Birmingham in 1887. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver napkin rings are diameter 4.5 cms (1.75 inches), height 3 cms (1.3 inch), and they weigh a total of approx. 185g (6 troy ounces).
An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver set of six napkin rings, having round bodies with concave sides, and hand-engraved floral decoration surrounding cartouches numbered 1 to 6, and applied plain borders, all in their original maroon satin and velvet-lined presentation box. Made by John Grinsell & Sons of Birmingham in 1887. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver napkin rings are diameter 4.5 cms (1.75 inches), height 3 cms (1.3 inch), and they weigh a total of approx. 185g (6 troy ounces).


For an enhanced image of any of our antique sterling silver napkin rings simply click on the image. Our range includes hand engraved and plain silver napkin ring styles from English makers. You can buy our sterling silver napkin rings online using our secure payment facility - our prices include delivery and free insurance during transit. You may also be interested in Antique Silver Condiment Sets.



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