We can never have enough slim gold bands to compliment our daily ring fancy!
This little treasure is beautifully and crisply hallmarked for H.A - Henry Hyde Aston - and date lettered for 1943.
In excellent condition with very little use evidenced by the as new hallmarks, this elegant and simple little band is just waiting for a new home.
History H.A- Henry Hyde Aston
H.A with the dot centered vertically between the H and the A is the makers mark for Henry Hyde Aston. Henry registered his company in 1862 at 12 Regent Place, Birmingham. His father Thomas Aston, half brother William Aston, and brother Charles Hyde Aston were also silversmiths - jewelers, operating out of the same 12 Regent Place address. Henry died in 1869 and use of his mark was continued by Charles Hyde Aston, who specialized in wedding rings. When Charles Hyde Aston died in 1876, his son Charles Henry Aston (1869-1916), continued to manufacture wedding rings
Approx 3mm width
P or 17.9mm
‘H.A’ Makers mark
’T’ Date letter for 1943
Very good to excellent. No issues to describe. No thinning, hallmarks crisp and clear.
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