Georgian heraldic shield pearl memorial ring, | Ref 20209

Georgian heraldic shield pearl memorial ring, 1818.


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Georgian heraldic shield pearl memorial ring. Set to center with one half pearl within a shield shaped setting with black enamel border, to shoulders engraved and enamelled with the words ''IN MEM' and 'ORY OF' with additional scrolling details to a plain flat shank, inside band inscribed 'T.E. Burgess' , approximately 1.88g in weight, maker's mark 'A&S', hallmarked to the interior with a crown, 18, an anchor, a 'U' and bust profile, which dates this piece to 1818.

The maker's mark, 'A&S' stands for Alder & Son of Blyth, Northumberland.

Formerly the property of a Suffolk lady, previously part of the Deago collection, by descent from the vendor's mother.

Ring size guide: H 1/2

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Georgian heraldic shield pearl memorial ring, 1818.
Georgian heraldic shield pearl memorial ring. Set to center with one half pearl within a shield shaped setting with black enamel border, to shoulders engraved and enamelled with the words ''IN MEM' and 'ORY OF' with additional scrolling details to a plain flat shank, inside band inscribed 'T.E. Burgess' , approximately 1.88g in weight, maker's mark 'A&S', hallmarked to the interior with a crown, 18, an anchor, a 'U' and bust profile, which dates this piece to 1818. The maker's mark, 'A&S' stands for Alder & Son of Blyth, Northumberland. Formerly the property of a Suffolk lady, previously part of the Deago collection, by descent from the vendor's mother.
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