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Old 1880s SIGNED Victorian 10k Gold Hand Etched Moss Picture Agate w/ Sun Ring 6

Old 1880s SIGNED Victorian 10k Gold Hand Etched Moss Picture Agate w/ Sun Ring 6

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ITEM DESCRIPTION Up for Auction..... This Nice Old Signed Victorian 1880s Hand Etched 10k Gold & Genuine Natural Moss Picture Agate with Sun motif Ring, size 6.... The top of the ring measures: 1/2+" widest = 9/16".... It is signed " See photo ".... It is also stamp 10k and guaranteed to be and tested as 10k gold, exact age unknown. COMBINING AUCTIONS = is FREE If you are Not on a computer at home and are on a cell phone or i-pad or tablet and need to see ALL the measurements and specifics about this item, please go to the " Item Specifics link " and or the " Description link " on your cell phone or i-pad or tablet and click it. If you have any problem seeing the items specifics or information about this item, Please email us and we will give you any info that you ask for about this item. PLEASE NOTE:::... Turquoises, Shells, Gemstones and Coral are very difficult to photograph to Perfect Life Like, because the lights can penetrate somewhat into some of them and the different types of lights used can create many different slight color tones and hues of them in the photos, and or it can make items look darker shades, tones and hues, so I cannot and will not try to say an exact color of the item being sold because, the cameras, bright lights, backgrounds, foregrounds and computer monitors and moving the item around to photograph it can also distort the actual Life Like color tones and hues, and it may be the color your seeing on your computer monitor when you get it or it may be a lighter or darker color, tone or hue when you get it from what your seeing on your computer monitor, also the angle of which your looking at a computer monitor can also change the color, color tones and hues of an items color your looking at, Thanks. Throughout our Indian lands the trading posts serve also as pawn shops with the trader usually involved in an earthy form of banking business - part of the process known as pawning...... Most Hopi, Zuni and Navajo reservation Indians (The BIG Three) and many other Traders converted their turquoise and silver jewelry into cash....... When in need of money or commodities their assets are used as securities for loans......... At times the trading post vault is the safest place in which to keep valuables........ In this case the Native American pawns their items for a minimum loan of cash and is happy to pay the interest rate in return for the security of his goods...... If articles are not redeemed after the contractual length of time, it becomes " Old Pawn " and may be sold by the pawn shop trader for whatever the market will allow. The US 25 cent Coin piece (A Quarter) is used for a quick simple comparison of item, so you can get an IDEA of the size, the quarter measures: 24mm in diameter, thats also 15/16", just a hair under an inch, the Actual Sizes are listed in the description. COMBINING AUCTIONS = is FREE REASONS TO BUY FROM US: * QUALITY VINTAGE ITEMS * OVER 43,000+ POSITIVE FEEDBACKS * DETAILED AND ACCURATE DESCRIPTIONS * SWIFT SHIPPING, COMBINED SHIPPING AS WELL * LOWEST PRICES = NEVER A SURPRISE RESERVE ON OUR ITEMS * WE ARE HONEST, FRIENDLY AND APPROACHABLE EBAY SELLERS Be sure to add us to your favorites list! Check out our other items! Origin of the items we sell....... Most Jewelry is purchased because the buyer loves the look of an item, and it is a personal preference, and some are sought after by collectors, but it is the Buyers sole responsibility to Actually know what they are purchasing, and do their own research, as we can only give the information that we gathered when we purchased the items, we cannot verify our information in our descriptions due to many different circumstances, like ........ the person who had them in an estate was the only surviving spouse and they don't know the information about the items, or the information is given by an estate executor who had the items looked at by a professional, or did their own research, or a large group of jewelry was purchased from a Dead Pawn or Old Pawn Collection purchase, Auctions or individually purchased from other collectors, and a lot of items are already tagged with information by the previous owners or estate personnel, if items have sales tags or inked writing on them we remove these tags or writing on the items most of the time before we sell them, or the Gallery or Person it came from gave us the information we use, or was made by, we also cannot verify the exact age of items, or any hallmarks, or who had them first, second, third and so on on these old items unless signed with full name of silversmith. We try our very best to give you all the information we have gathered, and have purchased many Native American Indian Identification Books on the Makers and Hallmarks of their Jewelry, and use the internet to do research on these items, and use that information we researched, in addition to the information we have been given. We give all that information we know on an item in our auction descriptions, and we thank all the other ebayers out there who also take the time to let use know more about an item we may not know about, so if you see an item that has information you feel is incorrect, or can give us more information on it, please email us, or call us about that information you have, we never intentionally misrepresent anything we sell, and will always do our best to bring you the information we gathered about that item, we are not experts by any means. Just a little about our experience in this field of Native American Jewelry. We have lived and worked in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Utah and Colorado, I used to work in the turquoise and copper mines in Arizona for 12 years Tunneling in Texas 10 years, Mining in Colorado 15 years and have been around turquoise jewelry over 45 years, so it is not something new to me or my wife, although we don't know it all, we do have a great understanding about it and collecting it, and have an extensive Rare Library of the old collectors books and unpublished magazines and manuscripts on the subject which helps us learn and understand more each day. Although we live in Alabama right now, we still travel to the southwestern states scouring North, South, East and West of each state, up and down the old untraveled back roads no one else does, finding forgotten mine sites and rare minerals and have a great reputation with some of the oldest Indian trading posts in the southwest and with the Individual Native Americans them selves, so you may know you are buying from a very experienced collector of Native American Indian Jewelry, which you can see by the unusual and unique items we bring to ebay, and have done so for over 18 years now, longer than most of the sellers selling Native American New Jewelry now, and we sell Turquoise Jewelry necklaces, rings bolos belt buckles, bracelets, and, Kachinas, Pottery, Rugs, Blankets, Art Work and more, if you have any questions, or looking for that special piece to fulfill your collection, please feel free to email us and let us know.