Serviette Rings — Silver
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An Australian silver napkin
ring by Jochim Mathias Wendt, Adelaide, circa 1890, marked 'J.M. Wendt/Adelaide/Queen Victoria's Head/Lion Passant/Crown'; and another (2)
An Australian silver 'Belt'
napkin ring by Henry steiner, Adelaide, circa 1880, marked 'Crown/H.Steiner/Queen Victoria's Head/Adelaide/Lion Passant'
An Australian pair of silver
napkin rings by Edward Schafer, Melbourne, circa 1880, engraved birds, butterfly and leaves, marked 'Crown/Schafer/Crown', 110 gms (3.5oz)
. Wendt Adelaide silver napkin ring
Pair of silver napkin rings in
presentation box by J. M. Wendt, of cylindrical form and initialled Gjb in original fitted case. Marks: (Crown) Jm Wendt / Adelaide (lion passant) ref Jbh no 231. Combined weight: 74 grams. Diameter 4.5 cm.
Silver napkin ring by J M Wendt
of cylindrical form, with engraved foliage decoration centered by the monogramme Ams. Marks: typical Wendt circular mark ref JBH no 236. Weight: 34 grams. Diameter 4.5 cm. Provenance: Vizard Foundation
Pair of Australian silver cast
'Tassie' cameo napkin rings, each modelled with flat backs and looped rings , decorated with incised decoration of fern leaves and set with classical cameos. Marks: unmarked but tested. Combined weight: 87 grams. Width 7 cm.
Australian silver napkin ring
by F J Mole of squat rectangular form with rounded ends, with engine turned decoration and monogrammed Jrcp. Marks: sterling silver/ M (emu) (Maltese cross). Weight: 35 grams. Length 7 cm. Provenance: Vizard Foundation. Notes:
Nine various silver napkin
rings by Wendt, one modelled as a belt buckle, the others of circular form. Marks: various marks. Combined weight: 335 grams. Provenance: Private Collection. Notes: for similar examples see the Powerhouse Sydney, Professor Gw Ken
Silver napkin ring by Stokes &
Co., the cylindrical body with incised acorn leaves and inscribed: to Dear /Father/ from/ VI and Flo. Marks: (kangaroo) S (in star)/ Sand S/ Stg.silver. Weight: 33 grams. Diameter 4.5 cm. Provenance: Vizard Foundation
A set of four silver napkin
rings by H. Young, Melbourne, circa 1890, each with foliate chasing and an engraved crest, hallmarked H. Young, Stg silver (4) 102gms (four), 3 cm high