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by: Anonymous

Lion Head ring. Value? Not much. A lot of B Bros products were sold through Argos catalogue shops. You should expect no more than spot value.

Rose Gold ring, no. The hallmark only relates only to the rose gold ring. The silver coloured one should have its own hallmark if it's a precious or semi precious metal.

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Lion Head Ring b.bros
by: Anonymous

Came across a b.bros 375 lion head ring. It used to hold a stone between the lion jaws. Any chance of rough value?

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by: Anonymous

I found a men's wedding band style ring today whilst metal detecting.the hallmarks read..B Bros then 950 within a set of scales followed by 950 again and finally a leopards head and it weighs 10.5 grams...would this be from this company ?

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re rose gold ring
by: izzy

i have a double band ring with the same markings on for B BROS one band is rose gold and this is stamped the other is silver coloured but this one has no marks on it dose the hallmark count for both rins being as they are entwined? thanks in advance for your help

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White gold wedding band ?
by: Tess

Hi
I have been looking through some jewellery and have come across a thin band wedding ring. I am assuming its white gold.

The Hallmark inside is B Bros (at the side of that there is a picture of weighing scaleS with 375 in between) and then 375 and a panthers head.



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wedding ring
by: steve

They certainly are hallmarks for London. The panther head you describe is actually a leopard's head - the town mark for London. It's 9ct gold - that's the significance of the 375 number. It's the millesimal fineness, so 375 parts of pure gold per 1000 parts alloy, or 37.5% pure.
B bros refers to a company called Berker Brothers, a prolific wedding ring manufactuers who are still in business today.

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Gold Content Percentage and "Panther Head" | 9 ct Gold Ring
by: Anonymous

Hi thanks for writing in,

sounds to me like they are UK hallmarks. The "Panther Head" is in fact a Leopard Head and is the UK - LONDON Town mark, ca 1822 - Present.


37.5 is the gold content percentage and is the UK standard.


best wishes,

Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre
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