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Does anyone know the worth of this bracelet. It was given to my Grandmother around 1900?
i do not ever go fast. the first thing i noticed in the first(very nice by the way) image the ampersand between the b and b our first clue(or clew).i'm going back for the next image.
jarretsjade.com told me possibly Bates&Bacon Attleboro Mass. c. 1856 High grade gold filled items for gents. lady's usually acquire from admiring gents and my brain is telling me slayerwulfe dig a little deeper. i off to dig some holes.
i was trying to research bates & bacon and gold coast came up (pirates ?) and then my google crashed, be careful. i'm doing a clean reinstall and switch to another computer.
i have concluded my research without ever seeing j 15 j peg. my assessment is Bates & Bacon and the 1900 date is very realistic to what they were doing at this time. this is a nice antique item and i hope U r pleased with it because that is what really matters. monetary value is an algorithm that is constantly changing, and i would prefer not to get into that, but the value at this point would not exceed $300.00. i'm going to indulge myself right now and have a look at j15.
slayerwulfe cave aka kevin christy
obviously i out spoke myself this item is beautiful. what we R seeing, high quality amethyst here (plz forgive me) what appears to be diamond is maybe but not necessarily, very likely clear amethyst or sapphire only gemological is accurate.this is very nice, whoever or is that whomever U r.