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This gold ring with a center plaque in the shape of a scroll features the initials "EF" in an Asian-style script above a circular cut bezel set clear stone, possibly a diamond. The left shoulder is set with a tear-drop cut clear red stone, possibly a ruby. The interior is inscribed with a death date and the maker's mark.
Stamped: "D&F" (Stamped)
"Died July 23 / 1913" (Engraved)
Title Silver and stone ring Accession Number 1940.280
Title Gold ring Accession Number 1940.281
Title Agate stickpin Accession Number 1940.282
Title Mosaic stickpin Accession Number 1940.283
Dattlebaum & Friedman (Manufacturer)
New York, New York
13/16 in (W), 13/16 in (diameter) (inches)
"Jewelry at Historic New England," Online exhibit presented by Historic New England launched September 30, 2007 at www.historicnewengland.org/jewelryhistory/.
For more information on Dattlebaum & Friedman see Rainwater, Dorothy T. and Judy Redfield, "Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufacturers," 4th Edition (1998): 305
New York state (United States)
New York City (New York state)