top of page

Would you like to spread the cost of your purchase? We offer layaway free of charge on all items, just email if you'd like details on a plan.

Often given as medals for compeitions and engraved with the winner's details, we love to find these vintage fobs to see what detailing they have to the front. This beautiful vintage silver and gold detailed fob would have likely been made for a dog competition held by the Leeds, England, Yorkshire Terrier Society. 


We love the raised detail of the Yorkshire Terrier to the front, it's been given a pretty gold wash to make it stand out against the sterling silver too. 


Sadly the fob hasn't ever been engraved to the back so we're not sure if it was ever awarded to anyone but it does mean there's room to add your own engraving though! 


The fob is made of sterling silver with British hallmarks on the back for sterling silver, Birmingham, and the date letter C for 1902. There is also a maker's mark but it's hard to make out clearly. 


The fob measures approx 35mm tall (approx 39mm tall including the jump ring) by approx 25mm wide and weighs approx 10.2g. 

Condition - The fob is in good vintage condition but does show some signs of age and wear. There is some surface wear to the silver and gold wash. The jump ring is currently pushed closed. 

*Please note the antique box and chain pictured are not included in the sale but the fob will be shipped in a new presentation box and pouch.*















Antique 1902 sterling silver and gold Leeds Yorkshire Terrier Society fob

  • All items are carefully wrapped and packaged in a gift pouch. In the UK, we always post items via Royal Mail's Special Delivery service which is fully tracked and insured. Items sent outside of the UK are sent via Royal Mail's International signed for service, which offers insurance for up to £250 and tracking.

What people say

“I LOVE shopping with Kate Gold Jewellery - unusual and delightful charms, fair prices and EXCEPTIONAL service. Each package comes delightfully packaged along with a handwritten note. What's not to love?”

Susan, USA

bottom of page