Antique 18ct Gold Eary Victorian Mourning Ring, (Thomas Alston, Birmingham,1840)
Antique 18ct gold early Victorian mourning ring, (Thomas Alston, Birmingham, 1840). The gallery having a glazed locket containing a loved ones hair, surrounded by seed pearls. The outer border being black enamel with the words in gold "In memory of". Scrolled decorated shoulders & reeded shank. The back plate to the gallery being inscribed "E.Wainwright Died Aug 24th 1847 aged 84". Fully hallmarked. A stunning piece & comes complete with a gift box.
Significant Events Of 1840:
Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom marries Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha.
Adolph Thiers becomes Prime Minister of France.
Thomas Hardy, English Writer born, died 1928.
Jeweller, Regent Place, Birmingham
Registered April 1841
U.S.A: 6 1/4
Excellent condition with light surface marks that are consistent with genuine age, use & polishing.
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