Intricate flowing bezel with lots of detailed engraving allow this to be one of the prettiest and nicest sterling spinner fobs we have had. Dating to the 1800's, this Victorian English sterling silver watch fob is a beautiful rarity. Sterling watch fobs are much rarer than gold ones and this one is one to be considered a "must" for any collector.
Watch fobs were originally used to adorn a man's watch chain; however, they are now worn on chains as pendants. Often grouped with other fobs or medals in an interesting grouping to create a unique and unpredictable look.
Deep burgundy stone on one side is called carnelian while the other side is a deep green with tiny red specks. Stone on opposite side is known as bloodstone. Most spinner fobs have this combination of stones.
Fully hallmarked on the edge of the spinner.
Solid sterling bezel holds the slightly larger than usual fob. Measures 1.25: wide and 1.5" long including the bale.
Excellent condition. Stones are stable and in good condition. No issues.
Do not hesitate to contact us to allow us to assist you in creating your "neck mess" or unique look. Spinner is priced individually. Can be easily added to any length chain.Dimensions:
1.25" x 1.5"Condition:
Excellent condition. Stones are stable and in good condition. No issues.Circa:
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