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Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar
Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar
Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar
Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar
Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar
Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar
Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar
Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar

Ok, it is not human jewelry, but it represents the apex of canine adornment. For this beauty is a magnificent, solid sterling silver dog collar in an altogether spectacular style.

Weighty? You bet at a grand 5.42 ounces of silver, or 148 grams, your collection of antique dog collars is now kicked up a few notches, or your pooch, will be pampered like no other.

Every link is hallmarked, and one link before the female clasp end, has a full set of English hallmarks. And the year of creation...1880 in London.

The dog collar alternates two styles of links. One is an eight-sided octagon and the other is a neoclassical wreath or garland. These are solid and not hollow!

At the ends of the collar, a female keyhole combines with a male loop for locking and suspending a leash or tag.

Each link end moves freely and easily with a fine five-part hinge. In total the collar length is 14 1/2 inches, so go measure your pup!

For the antique dog collar collector, absolutely the best The Three Graces has seen!

In Kent, England, there is a dog collar museum as part of Leeds Castle! The paper cover book, "Four centuries of dog collars at Leeds Castle" proves a superb reference. A free copy of this scarce book will come with your purchase! Most copies, if you can find them, range from $75-$100.

Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar
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Regal Canine - Solid Sterling Silver Antique Dog Collar

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Date: 1880.

Measurements: Length when worn of 14.5 inches and total of 15.25 inches, hight of 1 5/8 inches and 1 1/2 inches for the garland links. Weight of 148 grams.

Hallmarks: Hallmarks for London, silver, and date letter E for 1880, maker's mark RP&Co or RPC&Co.

Condition: Near mint for a dog collar.

Origin: English.

Story

Ok, it is not human jewelry, but it represents the apex of canine adornment. For this beauty is a magnificent, solid sterling silver dog collar in an altogether spectacular style.

Weighty? You bet at a grand 5.42 ounces of silver, or 148 grams, your collection of antique dog collars is now kicked up a few notches, or your pooch, will be pampered like no other.

Every link is hallmarked, and one link before the female clasp end, has a full set of English hallmarks. And the year of creation...1880 in London.

The dog collar alternates two styles of links. One is an eight-sided octagon and the other is a neoclassical wreath or garland. These are solid and not hollow!

At the ends of the collar, a female keyhole combines with a male loop for locking and suspending a leash or tag.

Each link end moves freely and easily with a fine five-part hinge. In total the collar length is 14 1/2 inches, so go measure your pup!

For the antique dog collar collector, absolutely the best The Three Graces has seen!

In Kent, England, there is a dog collar museum as part of Leeds Castle! The paper cover book, "Four centuries of dog collars at Leeds Castle" proves a superb reference. A free copy of this scarce book will come with your purchase! Most copies, if you can find them, range from $75-$100.

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