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Solved mystery items6499 of 9508Military Helmet Please Help I.DSixty Years A Queen by Sir Herbert Maxwell, Harmsworth Bros. Ldt.
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Posted 5 years ago


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What I have here are two Silver napkin rings with stones . Both napkin rings are marked 925 and also have in capital letters TH Imprinted on bottom side of the stones. Once stone is made of onyx and the other is made of turquoise. Both of the stones unscrew from the ring part of the napkin holder. I am having a hard time identifying the maker/time period and was looking for help. If anyone could help steer me in the right direction you would be much appreciated.

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  1. MawamaMama MawamaMama, 5 years ago
    Are the rings hollow? Could they hold liquid? Like perfume?
  2. ANDREVOSS83, 5 years ago
    You're right they are hollow , Do you think they were used to hold a type of perfume?
  3. MawamaMama MawamaMama, 5 years ago
    Yes, I think they are perfume bottles, most likely from Mexico. They are sold empty, you add your own scent, which is why they don't have an odor that would have given away their purpose.

    I'm sorry I don't recognize the initials but there are several websites that cover Mexican silver marks and you might be able to find out more with a little searching.

    Nice bottles. Very cool shape!
  4. ANDREVOSS83, 5 years ago
    Thank you so very much for your time and expertise I did Google some Mexican perfume bottles and I think that's exactly what I have you have helped me solve my first unsolved mystery and I am very grateful for that, thanks again and good luck with your findings
  5. MawamaMama MawamaMama, 5 years ago
    You're welcome, and happy hunting to you too!
  6. AmberRose AmberRose, 3 years ago
    My first thought was the exactly the same. Mexican perfume bottles.

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