Antique 18ct Gold George IV Mourning Ring, (1826)
Antique 18ct gold George IV mourning ring, (1826). The gallery having a glazed locket containing a loved ones hair. The outer border & shoulders being hand chased fininshed with a reeded shank. The back plate to the gallery being inscribed "Memory Mary Elizabeth Kelchley 7th Sept 1826 Oct 7th". The inscription is rubbed in places. An incredible example & comes complete with a gift box.
Significant Events Of 1826:
The Paris Stock Exchange opens.
The first railway tunnel is built between Liverpool & Manchester.
U.S.A: 6 3/4
Excellent condition with light surface marks that are consistent with genuine age, use & polishing.
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