Pretty early 20th century silver dish ring of typical concave tapered form with pierced and engraved decoration of flowers and vines, interspersed with arabesques and scrolls. Points of interest are a flying songbird and a mother swan swimming on the river behind her cygnet. It has a large shaped cartouche that is unengraved. Fitted with a clear glass liner.
Hallmarked for London 1912, makers the Pairpoint Brothers.
It measures 16.3cm / 6 3/8" across the base, 14.3cm (4 5/8") across the top and 7.3cm (2 7/8") high. The silver weighs 225g / 7.2ozt.
Condition is excellent with no damage or repairs and very light surface wear.
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