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Antique Early Australian 9ct Rose Gold Wide Patterned Cigar Band By H.G. Rogers Circa 1915

Sale price$0.00 USD

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Edwardian to early Deco era ring by little known early Australian jewellery H.G. Rogers.
Wide at 9mm and with Australian fauna, ferns and little flowers, for the entire circumference except for a plain section which has inscribed initials ( these could be removed by a jeweller).
Quite rare to see Australian bands with native flora which have been so skillfully hand engraved.
Crafted from 9ct rose gold of the hue the only good antique jewellery has achieved and with the engraving this ring veritably glows.
This is a rare example by a lesser known master Australian jeweller and highly collectible however it would also suit anyone looking for an ever popular wide cigar band.

History of H.G Rogers

H.G Rogers founded his business in 1911 in Grote Street Adelaide.  Prior to establishing his own business Harrold was an apprentice to I.E. Hall.  Rogers was President of the South Italian Retail Jewellers’ Association in 1923 .  By 1929 he was treading at three locations in Grote Street, Bank and Rundle Street.

STONES
None

MEASUREMENTS
9mm Wide

MARKS
H..G.R For Harrold Rogers
9ct

WEIGHT
5.4 Grams

SIZE
U 1/2 or 20.4mm diameter or US 10 1/2

CONDITION
Very good antique condition. Fern pattern has no significant fading.  Initials are rudimentary and original so we prefer to leave this in antique condition. No thinning to gold.

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