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DESCRIPTION (Please scroll to the bottom to view video)
Dating we believe to around the early Edwardian era and crafted from 12ct gold (another indication this piece predates 1932) and crafted as a figural ring with a charming little enamelled fox head.
Burnt umber hued and creamy white enamel make up the main enamelling with tiny black accents to distinguish the ears, and peeking through is the gold underneath to highlight his nose, ears, mouth and jaw!
The plain half round band is a soft rosy / yellow colour, that antique hue impossible to quantify, and is solid and smooth on the finger.
This little chap is exotic, unusual, rare and best of all as wearable today as he was 100 years ago.
His little head measures 10.3mm x 9.3mm
XRF tested as 12ct gold throughout
R or 18.8mm diameter Us 8 3/4
Re-sizable with are
Good antique condition. Minor losses to enamel here and there, nothing too major. Shank is solid with no thinning. Adorable and rare little ring.