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    i didn't realize i said BG&& co i meant V G & co and there a crown i think it is and 375 cz

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizgeorge View Post
    B G and Co (in an oval) would normally be Bitton Gould, and if in a quatrefoil, it would be Boardman Glossop, both of whom were silversmiths. Are you sure the numbers aren't 375 (9ct)? Is it a Birmingham or Sheffield mark?

    375 cz would often be seen on a 9ct dress ring set with cubic zircona. I wonder if it's been remade sometime in the past?
    The last details were what I came up with on my search George but as it was described as an Onyx ring I wondered how that could be

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    Sounds like it may a costume piece plated with a Onyx cz, 395 is most likely a model number if this is the case the pickle may have removed the plating, is the "gold solder" keeping its colour

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    There's a moral in here somewhere, beginning with Don't. Dennis.

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    sorry V G & co and a 375 hallmark

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    whats that

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    the mark says VG&co and number 795 cz the goldsolder is the same colour as the ring u cant even notice its been soldered obviously i know where it is

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    Unless you can post a pic of the marks and even the ring then I think most of us think it’s not a hallmark and probably plated hence the colour. Not much else we can advise when we haven’t seen it

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyc View Post
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    Sorry Billy but that’s impossible to read

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