Scarce and unusual piece by one of our early and well know jewellery firms Willis and Sons.
Constructed around the first decade of the 20th century from 9ct rose gold and a Great White Sharks tooth.
Originally worn we believe as a pocket watch fob ornament on some dapper Edwardian gentleman’s waistcoat.
With fine and highly decorative scrolled chasing to the rose gold to the tooth which is in excellent condition with all its little serrated edging intact.
With very crisp and clear hallmarks for Willis and Sons this is a true collectors piece.
1.9cm x 2.3cm Excluding loops
‘Unicorn’ / 9 / ‘W’ For Willis and Sons 20th century hallmarks
Excellent antique condition. Very minor marks to gold, seen under magnification only. Tooth in excellent condition. No thing to jump rings.Please note chain and boxes are for display only Purchase Summary
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