ITEM #55

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BID DATE:
07/11/2020 12:17 AM
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(4) PIECES STERLING JEWELRY

Age: Est 40+ years

Size: See Comments

Rating: 8

Comments: This lot contains four silver items including a carved heart shaped shell with engraved floral details, 1 1/2 x 1 1/2, marked 925 on the ear wire. It could be used as a pendant. A small simple charm 7/8 tall marked 925. An oval cuff bracelet which appears to be marked 825. It features small bezel set turquoise stones, one missing and some distortion to the bracelet shape. Weight is 5.7 grams. Lastly, an 18 bead necklace strung on chain and secured with a lobster claw clasp which is marked 925. It is also marked Italy on one of the connectors and weighs 17.1 grams. The beads are 4 mm and are in good condition with a few rubs and small dents.

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