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|Collection:||Applied Art - Jewellery|
Mourning, or memento mori, rings were often bequeathed in wills to close friends and family to be worn at the funeral and as a reminder to the wearer of the departed.This English ring has been decorated with a white enamel skull and cross bone design which is set on either side with rosecut diamonds.
|Bequeathed by Thomas George Barnett, 1935.|
|Medium:||Gold, enamelled and set with six rose-cut diamonds.|
|Place of Origin:||England|