Locket England, Great Britain (made) Artist/Maker:Unknown Memorial jewellery to honour the dead is one of the largest categories of century jewellery. From 1760 there was a vogue for memorial medallions or lockets.
Mourning ring for Butterfield Harrison who died on 14 March 1792 aged 2 years 9 months and 14 days (inscribed on the back). Says 'Nipt in the bud' on the front. White was used for mourning children and the unmarried.
Georgian Mourning & Memento Mori Ring:: featuring a skull under square faceted rock crystal in silver bezel, with scrolled black enamel* band reading "JAMES SHIPPARD fashioned in and silver. Size This ring cannot be sized.