Antique Victorian Compass Fob Ships Wheel 9k Rose Gold Pendant Nautical Motif



Finely detailed antique Victorian compass fob crafted in 9k rose gold (circa 1897).

Originally the compass would have been worn alongside a pocket watch. The ships wheel was a popular nautical motif during the Victorian to Edwardian eras. The fob is great worn alone as a statement piece or worn as a charm on a necklace or bracelet.

The fob is in good condition with wear evident to the clear face housing the compass (light surface abrasions visible) and a few dings to the gold. We have not cleaned it in order to preserve the patina and collector value.


Weight: 4.9 grams

Stones: N/A

Size & Measurements: The fob measures 1 inch diameter. A 14k yellow gold bale is a later addition to the fob (not pictured).

Metal & Hallmark: 9k rose gold. The fob is hallmarked with the Mark of Origin for Chester, UK, "9" and "375" for 9k gold and the Date Letter sequence for the year 1897 (Letter "O").
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