A trio of tiny bells, for around your neck or at your wrist. Each of these bells was handmade around the turn of the 20th Century, circa 1900 – 1920. Each has a free hanging clapper and does ring like a bell, although the smallest one is very quiet.
The larger bell is in 9ct rose gold. It is unmarked but the metal content has been verified by XRF test.
It measures 19.75mm x 11.25mm x 10.4mm and weighs 1.2 grams.
The larger of the two small bells is made in bright yellow gold, hallmarked 9c to the side but XRF tests as 12ct.
It measures 9.16mm (not including the jump ring) x 4.72mm x 5.02mm and weighs 0.3 grams. The jump ring is not soldered closed.
The smallest bell is in pale 9ct yellow gold. It is unmarked but the gold content has been verified by XRF test.
It measures 7.72mm (not including the jump ring) x 6.21mm v 5.4mm and weighs 0.3 grams. The jump ring is not soldered closed.