PLACE A BID
01/19/2021 11:31 PM
COIN SILVER LIPSTICK CASE + (5) PIECES JEWELRY
Age and Size: Varies
Comments: A great lot of interesting items starting with a 56 mm tall coin silver lipstick container with a hinged mirror on one side. It is stamped “Italy, 800” and is engraved on all sides with a repousse overlay and turquoise cabochon on the front. It weighs 32.6 grams. Also, a pair of 24 mm stud earrings with turquoise cabochons in a sawtooth bezel setting surrounded by applied raised loops. They weigh 13.8 grams and are handmade but unmarked and unsigned. Also, a 22 mm tall floral form brooch with inlaid mother of pearl, coral and turquoise. It has a locking C clasp but also a loop in back for pendant use. It is unsigned, unmarked and weighs 8.4 grams. Also, a 28” black and white woven seed bead necklace on a leather cord. Lastly, a 20 1/4” silver necklace of 15 mm to 25 mm graduated discs strung on chain. The center (15) discs are patterned on one side. Two bench made beads and a stamped cone on each side of the handmade hook clasp. It is unmarked and weighs 60.1 grams. All items are in very nice condition.
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