Pair 1930 English Sterling Silver Machine Turned Engraved Napkin Rings No Mono
Presented is an excellent pair of English sterling silver napkin rings, made by G Unite & Sons & Lyde LTD, and dating to 1930. The napkin rings are made in an appealing design with fine machine turned decoration around the side, catching the light mesmerizingly. These napkin rings have a rectangular cartouche on the front, which has never been monogrammed or engraved, so they would be great for presentation as a customized gift.Each piece is hallmarked with the lion passant for sterling silver, the anchor for the city of Birmingham, the date letter F for 1930, and the maker's mark G.U.S. & L for G Unite & Sons & Lyde Ltd . The F mark is quite faint, but visible if you look with a loupe.
This pair of napkin rings is in excellent condition. There are no splits, no dents, no breaks, no monograms, no monogram removals, and no repairs.
Each napkin ring measures about 1 7/8 inches in diameter, and is about 1 1/8 inches wide.
The total weight for the pair is 43 grams or 1.5 regular ounces.