Antique 18ct Gold Early Victorian Plaited Hair Mourning Ring, (1858)
Antique 18ct gold Victorian mourning ring, (1858). The gallery having a vacant cartouche/name plate, Plaited hair set in an 18ct gold band. The inscription reads on the inside "In memory of my dear eldest brother Stanley ?????? Black 13th July 1858". A fantastic example & comes complete with a gift box.
Significant Events Of 1858:
Charles Dickens embarks on his first professional tour giving readings from his works.
Emmeline Pankhurst, Suffragette born. (d.1928)
U.S.A: 4 3/4
Excellent condition with light surface marks that are consistent with genuine age, use & polishing.
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