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Nautical Motif Sterling Spinner Watch Fob Pendant

Edwardian, 1901 to 1920s


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Displaying Birmingham, England touch marks, it is not surprise this antique spinner fob has a nautical motif. The base is a series of soldered nautical links. The spinner itself is set with Carnelian on one side and Bloodstone on the other. Marked with the Anchor, Lion Passant and what appears to be the lower case letter Q for 1915. It is a bit worn and hard to read. Base is marked J.T. & S. for John Thompson & Sons, plus another touch mark that is not legible.

Fob is in excellent condition with light signs of age and regular use. Measures 1 1/16" by 1 1/16" overall. Makes a fabulous pendant!

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