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11/18/2019 09:33 AM
(10) PIECES STERLING JEWELRY + SILVER CHOKER
Age and Size: Varies
Rating: 9 – 8
Comments: A collection of (10) sterling items in very good condition except as noted. Included is a small enameled souvenir spoon from Florida (9.4 grams), a 18 mm round charm with jump ring (2.3 grams), a large 2000 Millennium pendant with attached bale (10 grams but unmarked), a pair of 19 mm square stud earrings with a hammered finish and gold detailing (4.5 grams). Also, three rings including size 8 ½ with inlay abalone and edged in marcasites (6.0 grams), size 6 tubular design ring (4.1 grams) and size 7 ¾ set with light blue topaz (tested) and pearls, one pearl missing. Also, three necklaces including a 16 1/2” choker which tapers from 9 mm on the ends to 37 mm in the center. It is marked 925 on the lobster clasp and weighs 43.6 grams. A 22” fine rolo chain necklace with a spring clasp weighing 3.4 grams. It is marked 925 and Italy. Lastly, a 28” 5 mm diameter spiral chain with a fine gold chain woven in. It is marked 925 on the spring clasp and weighs a hefty 78.9 grams. All pieces are marked 925 or Sterling unless noted.
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