Vintage, 1930s to 1980s
Sterling Silver and Garnet band ring with four crossing bugles at each side of the setting. Extensive research only found the four crossed bugles to be the symbol for Deputy Fire Chief Fireman's badge but no exact date as to when the symbol was first used.
Ring is estimated to date from around 1900's. There are no maker's marks.
Overall approximate band width is 3/8". Garnet is 5/16" in diameter.
Ring is size 7.25 US. Marked 925 carefully tested to verify content. Overall approximate weight is 6.7 Grams.
Excellent condition, perhaps a custom made ring.
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Our model's hand is approximately 5" wide or 12 cm as seen in this image:
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