A wonderful cameo jewelry necklace tested 14K gold. Has cameo the label and is Inlaid with black enamel. Cameo theater design Circa 1850. For this estimated valuation must be in very good to excellent condition. An antique from around the year 1850 makes this cameo necklace over 150 years old. The materials include enamel, gold and chalecedony. A wonderful cameo for a collection or could be carefully worn on the right occasion. To summarize this entire piece it's actually quite magnificent and is sure to do nothing but rise in value over time if looked after.
SELLING - if you want to sell this item or similar expect to get the following amount if selling online: $2500 to $3000 Australian
BUYING - if you wish to buy this item online or a similar item online it’s a bargain if less than the following amount: $2500 Australian
PAYING TOO MUCH: if more than: $4000 Australian
VALUE - This items full estimated value at the date of posting taking into account online and offline prices: Our estimated value $2750 to $3000 Australian
KEEPING - If you’re thinking about keeping this item or a similar item for it to grow in value we suggest the following Waiting for at least 5 years for this item to grow in value!
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