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BID DATE:
09/26/2021 10:56 PM
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(3) PIECES STERLING SILVER JEWELRY



Age: Unsure

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Rating: 8

Comments: Three pieces of sterling silver including a handmade pendant 44 mm tall and 14 mm wide. It features an amber colored faceted stone and the silver work setting and frame is amazing with flowers, beading and leaves. It has an attached bale and weighs 9.9 grams. Also a roung traditional Celtic Tara brooch marked “925” with indistinct hallmarks. It is 32 mm diameter and is high quality weighing 7.1 grams. The Tara brooch is considered to represent the pinnacle of early medieval (710-750 AD) Irish metalworker's achievement. Lastly, a necklace weighing 43.1 grams. It is adjustable to 18” long and has a lobster clasp marked “925”. The links and pendant are encrusted with beautiful marcasite’s and are also marked “925”. The pendant is 64 mm long and features a large polished mother of pearl inset. All are in very good condition.

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