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BID DATE:
09/27/2021 01:49 PM
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(15) PIECES STERLING JEWELRY

Age and Size: Varies

Rating: 8

Comments: This offering is for (15) pieces of sterling silver jewelry, all in very good condition unless otherwise noted. Included is a 53 mm long musical pin with G clef and notes. Marked “Sterling “OCMW”?. (6.1 grams). Size 8 ring with lover figure forms marked “925” (distortion on shank, 5.3 grams). A marcasite cat pin ( 7.9 grams), a 25 mm tall heart pendant marked “925 FAS” with a gold finish and colorless stones ( 2.9 grams), dangle clip on earrings with yellow gold random netting marked “Sterling, 14K” (4.9 grams), size 8 ľ openwork butterfly ring marked “925” (3.6 grams), square stud earrings marked “Atlas”, (one clip does not hold, 5.5 grams) 16” rolo chain necklace with pendant “Please return to Tiffany & Co 925” (possibly not genuine 5.1 grams), 12 mm disc stud earrings marked “Please return to Tiffany & Co 925” (possibly not genuine, 3.5 grams) and lastly, a 16” spiral chain necklace with working spring clasp marked “925 Italy” (3.5 grams).

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