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Posted 4 years ago

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This was my maternal grandmother's ring when she was a baby / young child. She was born in 1911 and passed away several years ago. It's been kept on a necklace as a charm and I am going to post separately about one of the other items.

It has three ruby gemstones, is golden in color, and is marked "Sterling" with the hallmark "M-H" flanked by arrows (one before M, one after H). Does anyone know what that stands for?

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  1. Lorraine Connolly-Sargent, 4 years ago
    Marks look like McGrath-Hamin Rhode Island Jeweler 1950's
  2. SMD SMD, 4 years ago
    Can't be, she was born in 1911 and it was her ring as a baby / young child.
  3. Lori, 4 years ago
    I also have a ring with the mh mark with two arrows on each side. Definitely think it's older than the fifties as well but I can't find anything either!
  4. Diane, 3 years ago
    Hello, I have the same mark on a 5-1/2 blue topaz ring. Did you ever find out who the maker is? and year? My ring looks art deco.
  5. SMD SMD, 3 years ago
    Still searching. Since I know she wore it as a young child, it must be around 1915 - 1920. Definitely not McGrath-Hamin from the 1950s, I looked up that mark and it's different http://www.925-1000.com/americansilver_M2.html
  6. upstatenycollector upstatenycollector, 1 year ago
    That's a beauty!

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