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orange blosson ring
by: Anonymous

Where did you find this ring? if you want to sell it please contact me. At IamcharleATcomcastDOTnet
I have found a gold ring with the same markings in side as well, but it is just a plain gold band.

HW Maker
by: Anonymous

Hi Katy, thanks for writing in with the following hallmark question:
"I've been looking for information about a carved wedding band, white gold, 14K, that I've had for several years now. The ring has a floral pattern carved around, maybe orange blossoms, and I think it's probably 1910s-1940s, although I wouldn't swear to it.

I'm attaching a horrible picture of my horrible artwork of the hallmark, but I couldn't figure out how to photograph it. It's an HW inside of what may be a larger W, or maybe inside of two horseshoes side by side.

I doubt the ring was very expensive, but I'm curious about it. There are bride and groom's initials carved inside too, but they're too hard to read. No wedding date is visible."

Katy, your art works not that bad at all! And you're pretty spot on with the date too. Here's a mark sent in that was seen on the back of a semi trailer!

The mark is -
Hayden W. Wheeler & Co. (Manufacturing Jewelers & Watch Importers, New York, NY, USA) - ca 1897 - 1930s

best wishes,
Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre
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