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11/12/2019 01:22 PM
TRAY LOT ASSORTED JEWELRY ( SOME GOLD FILLED)
Age and Size: Varies
Rating: 9 – 8 – 7
Comments: This tray lot of mostly vintage jewelry includes men's and women's items which can be worn or repurposed for your own creations. There are many gold filled items, some singles missing their partner in earrings and cuff links. Of special note is a 26 mm wide unmarked gold bracelet with seven rows of ball chain with a box clasp, a Nebelhorn pin with oak leaves and enameled hat (some loss), brass tool charms including wrench, hammer, pliers and gun, (2) sterling charms with sterling pennants “White Mountains, NH”: one a pinecone, the other a bear. Also, (2) enameled pin backs, an umarked silver ring size 7 ¾ with a 9 mm x 13 mm oval rose quartz cabochon, a 24 1/2” chain marked 1/20 12K GF, a 45 mm long x 8 mm diameter silver cylinder part of something else which is engraved in script “Leitza Frith”, unmarked silver pierced ear wires with oval hand painted glazed porcelain discs with blue flowers. They are wrap framed in wire with nice embellishments. MUCH more!
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