Rose gold and enamel signet ring, circa 1900.


£1,350

Rose gold and enamel signet ring, circa 1900.

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Rose gold and enamel signet ring. A rose gold signet ring featuring a shield shape plaque, engraved with the monogram 'CM', leading to trumpeting shoulders with black enamel and engraved detail, flowing through to a solid shank. Marked 14 carat rose gold, cyrillic maker's mark 'CK', Russian, circa 1900.

This ring features the Imperial Russian hallmark that was in use between 1898 and 1908. The hallmark showcases a woman's head facing left and wearing a kokoshnik, a peasant woman's headdress. Between 1908 and 1927, the imperial hallmark featured the head facing right. Imperial hallmarks continued to be used during and after the Russian Revolution. After 1927, Soviet marks were introduced. The fineness of the gold is assayed as being 56 zolotniks, the Russian equivalent of 14 carat gold.

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Rose gold and enamel signet ring, circa 1900.
Rose gold and enamel signet ring. A rose gold signet ring featuring a shield shape plaque, engraved with the monogram 'CM', leading to trumpeting shoulders with black enamel and engraved detail, flowing through to a solid shank. Marked 14 carat rose gold, cyrillic maker's mark 'CK', Russian, circa 1900. This ring features the Imperial Russian hallmark that was in use between 1898 and 1908. The hallmark showcases a woman's head facing left and wearing a kokoshnik, a peasant woman's headdress. Between 1908 and 1927, the imperial hallmark featured the head facing right. Imperial hallmarks continued to be used during and after the Russian Revolution. After 1927, Soviet marks were introduced. The fineness of the gold is assayed as being 56 zolotniks, the Russian equivalent of 14 carat gold.
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