6 Bracelets Charms 123 Gr Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet Lot - Scrap Or Not
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6 Bracelets Charms 123 Gr Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet Lot - Scrap Or Not:
6 Bracelets Charms 123 gr Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet Lot - Scrap or Not!!The first image shows everything in the lot and in the last, I've tried to turn it all over. 1 - 7.25" box clasp with a security lock Bracelet marked Sterling with a maker mark that looks like a large C around A Co. Fancy larger links joined by an doubled link in the form of an infinity symbol or lemniscate. All the attatched charms are marked or tested as sterling save for the sail boat. I believe it to be sterling with a rhodium finish. Lobster, North Dakota Arrowhead with unknown blue inset, monkey?, Articulated lawn mower,Newport Mass boat wheel, Big horn sheep with tag marked Bell, Fancy clock with weights, Praying hands circle without personal engraving, Maple leaf Canada, Boat, Bag, Gondola, Sail boat, Enameled bird, and an Outrider Canoe.2 - 7.5" Hallmarked (I can't read it) and tested as high quality silver. European style links with a Standing bear marked 835 and Big Ben clock tower and building unmarked but tests sterling.3 - 7" Curb link that does NOT test as silver sadly, though the clasp did. (I've already deducted a guesstimated 15 grams) The charms are marked or tested sterling or high quality silver save for the spinning... wheel found the mark, it's sterling too under the rhodium. The telegraph is engraved Nancy and Judy.4 - 7.5" Marked and tested sterling bracelet with large links. Contains sterling marked or tested charms of a Whale, Turtle, Bird of prey, Gecko? and a Whale of a fish tale tail. Jump ring on the whale is not silver.5 - 7.25" fine curb bracelet marked and tested sterling, Contains 4 marked or tested sterling Western charms
6 - 6.5" rather short tested sterling bracelet in which is a pot abd a critter that are certainly sterling and a rhodium finished Conestoga wagon that probably is. Three loose charms are an articulated washing machine, and pencil sharpener.
with a static drum. all are sterling... plus an articulated toilet and a tennis charm that did not make it into the images, sterling as well.Once again, I've run out of describing patience. If you ask questions I will respond and add the information to the description.If you are a novice silver buyer, please see my note below. I'm not an expert, but I have been researching as my interest in charms deepens.Shown against 1/2" squares. If there is a jump ring in the photo, it's probably also included in the weight but may not be silver... I don't test them.PLEASE EXAMINE THE IMAGES and ask me any questions you think necessary. The images have better vision than I!My items are used and secondary market items and not new merchandise. I will describe carefully and also give my own impression of the condition, but I am almost never an expert!Note:
Many people feel silver jewelery should not be magnetic, and many high quality jewelry
manufacturers use and have used a finish of Rhodium to keep a bright polished surface on the
silver, it should be known that that there needs to be a layer or wash between the
silver to adhere the Rhodium without damage to the silver. This wash is often attracted
to a magnet. Sometimes slightly on heavy silver pieces and more strongly on the
delicate pieces. The metal Rhodium is more valuable than the silver, so it is not a
devalued piece unless you just do not like the 'Bright' finish. Rhodium is also used on
white gold; but the gold does not need that protective layer to prevent damage from the
plating process. Also remember there will be a stronger metal used for the working
parts of some clasps and articulated charms.
SHIPPING - is USPS Priority Confirmed... Unless very light or very heavy or can be sent by Media Mail. I may include other options, so CHECK THE SHIPPING TAB.COMBINED SHIPPING - If you are buying more than one of my items, I will combine the items for shipping if it means less cost to you. Please request or wait for a combined invoice prior to making your payment!!BOOKS - Low cost Media Mail (Which I think is as precious as libraries), can sometimes take a long time! Please choose Priority Mail if you need your book more quickly.INTERNATIONAL BUYERS - First class while being the only affordable way to ship smaller parcels, can't be tracked or found should it go astray. We can discuss this if the package is less than 4 lbs and not costly; but Sadly!! I've had a package go astray and now I only want to offer tracked shipping options... and in Russia it seems even tracking can get lost.