Crafted in the early part of the 20th century circa 1915 by one of our well known early jewellers Henry Gaskell, and bearing his trademark ’symbol’ hallmark of a tiny ‘acorn.
The most beautiful rosy hue we only see in fine antique jewellery, lush and warm, and this beauty stuns with her wide 1.0cm width, she makes such an impression on the finger!
With the initials ‘EEH’ in ye olde script to half the circumference of the ring, skillfully engraved by a master befitting the era, but of course if you don’t want the initials to show just spin the ring around!
This one veritably ‘melts’ on to the finger and is incredibly comfortable to wear.
1.0 cm Throughout
‘Acorn’ - For Harry Gaskell
‘9’ - For 9ct gold
‘F’ - We are not sure!! Very unusual to see a stamp other than the ‘Wheatsheaf’ guarantee mark for 9ct
T or 19.6mm diameter Us 9 3/4
Resizable to a degree, contact for advise
Very god to excellent antique condition. Stamps inside clear. Engraving to front crisp. Minor marks to gold only. No thinning. Gorgeous wide antique ring.
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