A very neatly-sized spinner fob traditionally worn on the opposite end of an Albert chain to the watch, these antique little "oddities" are often seen worn on a gold chain these days in the fashion of a pendant. As so often seen, this orignal antique is set to one side with the attractive mossy green and rusty red colouration of bloodstone, whilst to the other side a dark brownish-red cornelian. Both gemstone are slab cut with chamfered edges and set into a wide, D-shaped yellow gold band which is hallmarked from the Birmingham Assay Office for the year 1894. A curb chain yellow gold bracket allows the pendant to spin through 360 degrees from its gold ring top. Measuring approx. 21mm diameter and when taken with the gold bracket, the fob then measures approx. 35mm from the top of the gold loop and 26mm wide from edge to edge of the gold bracket.