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    Unusual Gold Find

    Finds have been good lately, just havenít had the inertia to make post - this one however requires a posting:

    The clasp is 18k and the beads are at least 20k. Coral and some sort of carved wood or seed. It looked like gold, but I did not remotely believe it until testing. Researching it now. Anybody have any ideas?

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    Very interesting piece. I love seeing those types of clasps.
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    Love it! Great eye picking out unmarked gold, you have to take a chance, but it can pay off.
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    The clasp looks like it is 22-24 k. Not sure on the stones and value. But Iíd think itís worth $300-400 Minimum?
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    Thats good Coral. Cant remember what its called. Thatís a good looking bracelet.
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    Nice. Looks like it is from Tibet or Southern China. Possibly Hedaio (carved seeds or pits).

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    Very nice piece!

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    Looks like Sea of Japan Coral.

 

 

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