1970s Vincent Simone Sterling Silver Terrier Dog Magnifying Glass Loupe Pendant
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1970s Vincent Simone Sterling Silver Terrier Dog Magnifying Glass Loupe Pendant:
This is a lovely pendant as well as a functional magnifying glass or loupe. A wise oldTerrior dogcan really help you read those restaurant menus. It can be worn on a chain, or held in the hand. A large Terrior head with fine details is on top of a magnifying glass or loupe with a 10x magnification. Thedog and loupe are made in sterling silver. The magnifying glass has a beaded bezel on both sides.
The condition is excellent , no scratches to the lens. A good patina on the silver.Good size. The loupe measures approximately 1 5/8" in diameter and 3" long.
Extremely fine craftsmanship. Marked STERLING and the maker's mark stylized V. S.in a rectangle. Vincent Simone -- New York -- 1970s
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