A Victorian Era childs napkin ring fully hallmarked for English sterling silver. Napkin rings, cups, and spoons were often given as christening gifts for children in the 19th Century. It is a thoughtful tradition to continue today. Antique sterling silver gifts become family heirlooms that can be passed down to other generations.
Perfect for a Christening or baby shower gift.
The bright cut engraving is still very crisp and the marks are clear. Monogrammed with the initials RKS; with K being the middle initial.
English, marked for sterling silver as denoted by the Lion Passant mark, assay town of London as denoted by the Leopards face, Makers Mark for Walter & John Barnard, date letter G for 1882, and Monarchs mark; Victoria
Measurements; 1 ' in diameter and 1 ' high
Condition report; very good
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