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04/20/2019 06:11 PM
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(8) PIECES CARVED BONE NOVELTYS

Age: Est 50+ years

Size: See Comments

Rating: 8

Comments: This lot contains eight nice carved bone items in very good condition except where noted. There are (2) 22 mm bone tube beads, a 16 mm x 23 mm three dimensional elephant pendant with a brass loop, another elephant with no loop measuring 28 mm x 32 mm, mini binoculars and sight scope with brass fittings (some bone loss to the scope). Also, two exceptional beads, one 20 mm tube bead with three carved peacocks on it and a large 40 mm long x 30 mm diameter carved bead which is hollow and decorated with two medallions and two dragons. Really nice!

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