✅ SOLVED Really unusual silver chain

randazzo1

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I’m trying to identify this unusual chain. It’s solid sterling silver. It has what I can only describe as “dots” all over it. Weighs 97.6 grams. Any thoughts on the style or region of manufacture? Unmarked and unsigned. I feel like I've seen it somewhere before - maybe on vacation in the Caribbean?. Thanks very much.
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First time seeing one myself... it is unusual.... kinda cool in a weird way.

If i had to guess from the hip... i would say Thai,,, or Tibet made.
 
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randazzo1

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Whites (CM 5000, XLT, VX3) and Minelab (Svgn GT & Excal III) 2021 I got picked up a Minelab equinox 800 but have not been able to use it yet because of the cold!
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All Treasure Hunting
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That's awesome! Thanks so much ARC. I would love to know how you found that. I was looking for about an hour and a half and came up empty.
 
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