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Fahrner Silver Ring with Corals*
Silver ring from the early to mid 1930’s made by Theodor Fahrner.
Oval with a fan-shaped design spreading towards the shoulders of the ring from a little silver ball in the centre, and set with two orange-pink coral cabochons within a rope patterned border and a beaded outer frame.
Marked with the TF maker’s mark together with the letters DEA, denoting that it was part of a new range of jewellery introduced by Fahrner in 1932. It is also for 935 silver.
The ring is a U.K. size approximately mid way between ‘L’ and ‘M’.