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Kent Artillery Volunteers
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Kent Artillery Volunteers

Circa 1910

Measurements: 39mm x 20mm



The rampant white horse of Kent rendered in white gold set with diamonds, surrounded by a garter in yellow gold and blue enamel bearing the regimental motto ‘Quo Fas Et Gloria Ducunt’ (Where Right And Glory Lead), the whole surmounted by the Royal crest of a lion statant guardant in white gold set over the Imperial State Crown in yellow and white gold set with rubies and diamonds.