Victorian Aesthetic Silver Locket And Collar Hallmarked C1878 For Sale
Victorian Aesthetic Silver Locket and Collar Hallmarked c1878
oval locket is decorated with two swallows and a swan within
foliage in the aesthetic manner. Within is space for two photographs.
The original collar is present with beaded decoration and bolt
rings. Both locket are collar are of English origin and made
in silver. It is signed by the maker. Please see below for further
to the Victorian period, hallmarked for 1878.
Marks and Condition
collar is 17 3/4 inches or 45cm without the extension for the
locket. The links are 15mm or 5/8 inch wide including the beaded
border. The locket is 38mm by 48mm or 1 1/2 inches by 1 3/4
inches, not including the bale. Combined weight is 43.9g or
a full English hallmark for Birmingham, sterling silver and
1878. Also has Victoria's head and maker's mark probably 'T
is overall very good with some signs of wear. Two small crease
marks to the reverse of the locket, some slight unevenness to the collar beading.
Within one fitting remains with replacement acetate to both
do not have a box to fit this locket and collar.
Aesthetic locket and collar made in silver and dating to the
Victorian period, hallmarked 1878.
A Great Buy It Now Offer for this Victorian
Locket and Collar!
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adornments offered are antique, please
see description for condition report.
Very minor blemishes may not be mentioned
but are visible on the photographs.
Weights and measures are given as a
are accepted within
14 days of receipt. All items are to be returned
in condition as sent. Refund will be
the cost of the item plus original postage
costs. Buyer is responsible for return
within 3 days of purchase - thank you.
are gift boxed, unless otherwise stated
and sent in cardboard boxes that can be
recycled. Biodegradable packing chips
made from corn starch are used.
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Victorian Aesthetic Silver Locket And Collar Hallmarked C1878: $355