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    Posted 3 years ago

    Amyt1160
    (2 items)

    I can’t find this anywhere on the internet, does anyone know the maker? Or what year it wasn’t made? It appears to be sterling silver with mother of pearl, tried the magnet trick and it didn’t stick to the magnet at all

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    Comments

    1. Gillian, 3 years ago
      Hi, For an identification to be made, a photo of the backs of the jewelry is necessary. That's where all the 'good' stuff is. Welcome to CW!
    2. Amyt1160 Amyt1160, 3 years ago
      Can’t find this anywhere on the internet, This looks like sterling silver and mother of pearl enlay with silver center piece
    3. Amyt1160 Amyt1160, 3 years ago
      Ive looked at all of them with a magnifying glass, theres no markings that I see, but it doesn't stick to a magnet, I do know that it was made from 1909 to the 1930's era and possibley europian, maybe german or Czech made, still reasearching this set

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