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Antique Australian Edwardian 9ct Rose Gold Masonic Ring By ‘Dunklings’ 1912

Sale price$1,004.00 USD

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Dating to around the mid to late Edwardian era this superb and heavy 10.2 grams 9ct rose gold ring is possibly the most exquisite shade of rose gold we have had the pleasure of offering. 

Heavy in construction and featuring a large 1.4cm x 1.1cm rectangular panel with the Freemasons symbol of a ’Square and Compass’, beautifully and finely etched, to four step shoulders and a wide thick tapering shank. 

This is no light ring… weighty and very solid in construction, and superbly crafted as would be expected from an iconic and early jewellery fir Dunklings.

Hallmarked with Dunklings stamp to the inside of the shank this impressive signet ring would suit any gender.

STONES
None
ERA
1901 - 1915
MEASUREMENTS
1.4cm x 1.8cm (Across the shoulders)
WEIGHT
10.26 Grams
MARKS
‘W9D’ For Dunklings
SIZE
S 1/2 or 19.4mm diameter US 9 1/2
Sizeable
CONDITION
Very good to excellent antique condition.  No wear to fine etching on face of the ring.  No thinning to shank, Hallmarks crisp and clear.  Minor insignificant marks to gold only seen under magnification.  Superb ring.

Please note boxes and chains are for display only unless otherwise stated.