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Mourning ring; gold; octagonal swivel bezel, on one side of which in gold on ground of black enamel is an urn under a cypress, surrounded by inscription; other side is hollow, contents lost; hoop channelled at back and expanding at shoulders, where it is pierced. No maker's mark.
- 1775-1800 (circa)
- Made in: England
- (Europe,British Isles,England)
- Diameter: 0.84 inches
- Length: 0.65 inches (bezel)
- Weight: 77 grains
Inscription ContentREMEMBER YOU HAD ONCE A SON GERALD
Inscription Typemaker's mark
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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Object reference number: MCN2617
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