Trumpet Fob in 9k Circa 1820
A fob is a vest pocket in a gentleman's outfit. Often a fob held a pocket watch which was swung from a chain, attached to the vest pocket on the opposite side of the vest. These fob chains often had small pendants – as seals – and these pendants themselves became known as fobs.
A rare example of English origin, this beautiful trumpet fob has been hand engraved. Early details include metal armature for the more delicate golden exterior.
Materials & Features: 9k gold
Age/Origin: English, Georgian, c. 1820
Measurements: 6.6 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear. 9ct Gold with metal armature. Please note, this is the construction method for these pieces that were most commonly used at the time.
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