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SOLD - 9 ct Rose Gold Ceremonial Key - Antique George V

A fine and impressive, large antique George V 9 carat rose gold decorative ceremonial key; an addition to our ornamental presentation collection

SKU: W8012
SOLD - 9 ct Rose Gold Ceremonial Key - Antique George V
SOLD - 9 ct Rose Gold Ceremonial Key - Antique George V


This impressive antique George V 9ct rose gold decorative ceremonial barrel key has a shaped circular bow (handle) to a plain cylindrical shaft and rectangular toothed bit.

The bow/terminal to the key is embellished with pierced and chased stylised scrolling leaf decoration encircling a quatrefoil scroll bordered motif accented by an applied central vacant shield shaped cartouche to either side.

This impressive bow surmounts a scalloped edged shoulder above a plain shaft encircled with an applied band of S scroll ornamentation and bead bordered knops.

The full hallmarks struck to the decorative geometrically cut bit include:

Maker's mark: W.J.D (William James Dingley)

Gold quality/purity mark: 9, .375 (9 carat gold)

Assay mark: Anchor (Birmingham, England)

Date letter: W (1921)

NOTE: The approximate value of the gold alone is pound sign500

Date: 1921


This antique decorative key is an extremely good gauge of gold, fine quality and in excellent condition.

Full hallmarks to the surface of the tooth/bit are all very clear.

Reflections in photography may detract from the true representation of this antique item.

There may be some colour difference between the images and video due to recording anomalies outside our control. The images provide a more accurate reproduction of the actual colours.


Length 13.8cm/5.4"

Width of bow 4cm/1.6"

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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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