Lot 750 (Jewellery, 25th April 2018)
Sold for £120
LATE VICTORIAN ENAMELLED MOURNING RING the oval bezel with a central star set pearl within black enamel detail, lifting to reveal a section of crystal covered hairwork, on a tapered shank, unmarked, size N, 2.9g; along with a late Victorian knot motif ring in nine carat gold, with full Chester hallmarks for 1904-05, size Q-R, 3.4g and a Victorian fifteen carat gold created ruby and split pearl set band, size L, 1.9g (3)
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