A boxed set of six silver oval napkin rings with delicate floral engraving and numbered 1 to 6. 1936.
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|Maker||Kemp Brothers, London|
An attractive boxed set of six silver oval napkin rings with delicate floral engraving and numbered 1 to 6 in the circular cartouche. The hinged rectangular box is lined with blue silk and velvet. The rings and box are in very good original condition.
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