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Pair of Australian silver serviette rings, by H. Steiner Adelaide

Australian silver serviette ring, marked E. Fischer Geelong

Australian silver serviette ring with rare mark J.M. Wendt Adelaide and Broken Hill

Antique H. Young silver napkin ring circa 1880's, Monogram J M, Bp of Ballarat decorated with kookaburra, lyrebird, emu and Aboriginal, possible for James Moore Bishop of The Catholic Church Ballarat 1884-1904

Three hallmarked sterling silver napkin rings includes an antique chased piece stamped birmingham 1901, approx 78g (3)

A pair of silver serviette rings, circular form, engraved beaded rims, initialled. Weight 45g.

A pair of silver serviette rings, engraved with leaf and stem; spurious English marks, probably Gottfried Koch (Koch & Bergfeld - Bremen).

Three silver serviette rings, not matching, all circular form, one pierced form. Weight 80g.

Three silver serviette rings, not matching, all circular form, engraved, collet and beaded rims.

Two silver napkin rings (2), one of circular form; Martin hall & Co Ltd, Sheffield, 1917 the other of sloped form; Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1918.

A pair of Australian silver serviette rings; Hardy Bros.

Three silver serviette rings, not matching, engraved oval form, plain round collet form and round repousse form. Weight 80g.

A pair of silver serviette rings, rounded rectangular form, engraved initals. Weight 65g.

A pair of silver serviette rings, pierced rounded rectangular form, engraved initials. Weight 60g.

Sterling silver napkin ring, hallmarked Sheffield, together with a Continental napkin ring marked 835, total weight 88g approx,

Pair of Australian sterling silver napkin rings marked F & R (Fairfax & Roberts) Sydney NSW, STG, 48 grams approx

Pair of sterling silver napkin rings hallmarked Sheffield 1946, 63 grams approx

Australian sterling silver napkin ring by Stuart Dawson & Co (David Stewart Dawson 1849-1932), together with an Edwardian sterling silver lidded jar hallmarked Birmingham 1909

A 1932 Proud sterling silver napkin ring, commemorating the opening of the Sydney harbour bridge 40g

Two Australian silver serviette rings; Prouds, and another. (2)

Three Australian silver serviette rings; one Edwin Harrop. (3)

A pair of Australian silver serviette rings; Hardy Bros.

A pair of Australian silver serviette rings; Stokes & Son.

Three Australian silver serviette rings, Stokes, Stewart Dawson, and another. (3)

Three Australian silver serviette rings; Kilpatrick & Co., T.E.Machin, and another (3)

Three Australian silver serviette rings; Prouds, Stokes and Fairfax & Roberts. (3)

Three Australian silver serviette rings; one by W. Kerr. (3)

Three Australian silver serviette rings; Apex, David Jones Ltd., and W.J.Sanders. (3)

Three Australian silver serviette rings, one Kilpatrick & Co. (3)

Three Australian silver serviette rings; C.F.Lawrence, F.J.Mole, and Tipping & Lawdon. (3)

A silver napkin ring, plain, rolled edge; Mb & Co Ltd (mark obscured), Birmingham, 1915. Weight 23.9g.

A pair of silver napkin rings, circular form with beaded rim; Birmingham, 1915 (makers mark obscured). Weight 37.2g.

An early Australian sterling silver napkin ring, by JM Wendt, Adelaide

A pair of sterling silver napkin rings, Birmingham 1898

A pair of sterling silver napkin rings with naval connection, each engraved with the crest and motto of the Grover family, the names of 21 British Navy ships with dates from 1885 to 1906, naval actions and finally a fouled anchor and New Zealand R.N.R. Bot

A pair of Australian silver Serviette rings, engine turned; Apex

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