Gold memorial ring; bezel containing miniature gold medallion under glass in swivel setting; medallion with relief head to right of Frederick Duke of York; bezel framed by snake biting its tail; black cross-hatched enamelling and red enamel for the eye; shoulders with foliate ornament in relief.
- Diameter: 1.8 centimetres (bezel)
Inscription ContentFREDERICUS DUX EBORAC
Inscription TranslationFrederick Duke of York
Inscription Typemaker's mark
Inscription Positionbezel, reverse
Inscription ContentMULTIS ILLE BONIS FLEBILLS OCCIDIT NON. JANUAR 1827
Inscription TranslationHe died wept (mourned) for by many good men. January 1827.
On display: G47/dc7
22 February 1994
Reason for treatment
1984 Slightly dirty and tarnished CRE 1991 Very slightly tarnished CRE 1994 no treatment necessary CRE
1984 Tarnish was removed using Goddards Hotel Silver Dip by immersion and brushing. Washed in running tap water. Dried with kleenex tissue and hot air from blower. CRE 1991 as above CRE 1994 no treatment necessary CRE
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- HG.1117 (masterlist number)
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Object reference number: MCT11143
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