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CA163

LEONARDO DA VINCI CAMEO ( Antique Victorian Lava Stone Cameo Brooch / Pin ): Cameos of men are relatively rare and most of them are from Greek or Roman mythology. Here we have a high relief Lava stone carving (c. 1870-80) of the living man who epitomized the Italian Renaissance Period – painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, mathematician, engineer, anatomist, cartographer, etc. Based on his red chalk self portrait, a painting of him by Francesca Melzi and a few others said to be of him, I'd say he was striking in appearance rather than handsome. Lava Cameos were typically carved by Italians as souvenirs for the tourist trade so he may have been glamorized a bit. This cameo is mounted in a gilt (gold over silver) setting with a replacement pin and roller safety clasp. Unlike most cameos this one is signed “Digiano”. The carving is crisp and clear with no wear. A striking cameo of a most remarkable man.

Condition: Excellent. Small chip on back.
Size: Small – 1 3/8” high, 1 1/8” wide, 1/2” high.

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CA148

LADIES OF THE SEA ( Antique Victorian Jewelry Coral Cameo Earrings ): Coral has been a symbol of beauty, hope and protection since classical times. (Coral was the most popular gift for babies.) These feminine carved Mediterranean Coral Earrings (c. 1870-80) are set in 14 KT gold. The center of each earring has a miniature hand carving of a classical lady's face. The faces are surrounded by eight round coral beads and accentuated by three torpedo shaped free swinging coral dangles. The original pearls have been replaced by new white faux pearls – this was probably done because of wear or loss. There are 14 KT pierced ear wires. When you wear these pretty ladies they seem to “dance” in your ears giving a very enchanting life to the earrings. The color of the coral is a vibrant salmon-orange. Coral is a product of sea life and a soft material. When carving, the waste is great, which accounts in part for the high cost of true coral. Mediterranean Coral is not longer available so it will become more and more rare and valuable. Don't pass up these striking “dancing” ladies – the compliments will just keep coming! You won't be disappointed.

Condition: The coral is in very good condition. There is a small chip in the top, back of the left central dangle. The faux pearls are replacements but don't diminish the value of the coral.
Size: Medium. 1 3/4” long, 1/2” wide, 3/8” deep.

SALE!

$400.00

SOLD!

CA103

MAJESTIC PORTRAIT ( Victorian Jewelry Shell Cameo Brooch / Pin ): It is very rare to find a rimless Cameo like this one, a stunning Victorian Shell Cameo Brooch/Pin beautifully hand carved as an idealized classical female head wearing a laurel wreath crown. (c. 1860-80) I believe that this is a portrait cameo of a young Queen Victoria. By the second half of the 19th Century the Cameo had become essentially an item of feminine adornment. With Victorian travelers pouring into Italy on the “Grand Tour” the demand for souvenirs increased the demand for cameos and what could be better than a portrait of their beloved Queen Victoria. This Cameo, created with its fabulously, ornately carved surround, is a work of art requiring sculptural precision, great ingenuity and superlative craftsmanship. I love the way the carver has used the shell to form the elaborate scrolls and head from the white portion of the shell, leaving the light caramel color to provide the background. This Antique Cameo was probably only meant to be displayed, but at a later period (1890-1900) the slightly curved shell was mounted in a prong setting of 9KT gold (marked). The pin back has a C clasp closure and safety chain. If you study the back of the setting you will see that the jeweler shaped the gold backing to fit the circular scrolls of the shell providing support and guarding against breakage. A wonderful hand made mount! This brooch is unusual and feminine, as well as eye catching. A fantastic quality Cameo worthy of any museum or fine collection.

Condition: Excellent. Appears virtually unworn.
Size: 1 3/4" high, 2 1/8” wide, 3/8” deep.
SALE!

$650.00

SOLD!

CA097

CAPTIVATING COMBINATION OF SHELLS ( Victorian Jewelry Cameo and Tortoiseshell Bracelet ): This rare tortoiseshell and cameo bracelet has been in my personal collection for over 20 years. Although in the photos the bracelet setting appears to be jet black, it is actually made of tortoiseshell. You are able to see its tortoiseshell coloring in the transilluminated photo. Three hand carved oval shell cameos have been inlayed into the center of three of the tortoiseshell links. (c. 1865-80) The tortoiseshell has been heated and shaped so that the curves lay smoothly around your wrist. The inset cameos picture classical women dressed in flowing draperies - the largest center oval depicts a standing woman driving a chariot pulled by two horned goats. To the right a seated maiden plays a harp and to the left another maiden plays the flute seated beside two Grecian columns. The combination of two different shells is rare and extremely striking. The center link uses 10KT gold hinged mounts that provide a touch of rich elegance to the bracelet’s center piece. The bracelet closure is most unusual and effective. You twist the clasp open, slide the pin in the slot and than twist the clasp back to flat and the bracelet remains firmly closed on your arm. The back of the link clasp is marked “TREVETATTO” (as best I can tell). Tortoiseshell was considered suitable for half-mourning and extremely popular with Victorians. This captivating bracelet is so appealing when worn. Light and dainty, this is a combination of shell work that is rarely seen.

Condition: Excellent. There are some fine scratches – they are antiques, too!
Size: Bracelet with clasp closed will fit a 6 1/2” wrist – a small to medium size. Center link is 7/8” high, 2” wide, 1/4” deep.
SALE!

$500.00

SOLD!

CA127

REGAL DEMETER ( Edwardian Jewelry Demeter Shell Cameo Pendant / Brooch ): A superb hand carved Edwardian shell cameo, this brooch depicts the Greek goddess Demeter. She is the Goddess of Plentiful Harvest in the Greek pantheon and this lovely cameo is certainly plentiful in all that it offers. (c. 1910) We who love cameos always love the option of wearing them as either a pendant or a brooch. Demeter was the goddess of agriculture and vegetation, a beneficent earth goddess who made everything grow and ripen. A sister of Zeus, this kind, gentle goddess insured that mortals always had plentiful harvests. She was also associated with fertility and newly married couples often received gifts of wheat. This timeless beauty has been carved with exquisite detail and depth. Notice the wheat crown, lovely ringlet hair, a Grecian draped gown and tiny beaded necklace. Not only is this an unusually large Antique Cameo Pendant/Brooch, it has an unusual 3-colored gold decorative setting. The cameo is bezel mounted in 14KT rose gold. The outer setting or 14KT gold, with its fine twisted wire surround, has four pairs of large green gold 3-dimensional leaves at the top, bottom and both sides. Each pair grows from a darker rose gold branch at its center with a small berry on either side. The base has long curved open slots between each pair of leaves. Such a 3 color setting goes perfectly with the Goddess of Harvest. There is a small circular double swivel bale at the top. I have added – and will include – a larger gold ring so that you can wear it with either a gold chain or neck wire. It has a rolled C clasp closure. This cameo conveys the essence of Edwardian extravagance in jewelry. Make it yours!

Condition: Excellent. No damage or striations. The photos with the colored backgrounds show the truest representations of the cameo. Those on white, the truest of the setting. Chain not included.
Size: Total: Large. 2 5/8” high, 2” wide, 1/2” deep. Cameo: 2” high, 1 1/2” wide.

SALE!

$750.00

SOLD!

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CA073

OPULENT & UNFORGETTABLE ( Antique Edwardian Bacchante Shell Cameo Brooch / Pin ): I was delighted to find this Edwardian Cameo Brooch with its extravagant setting. (c. 1910-1920’s) The hand carved female seems to represent a transitional period between Victorian and Art Deco. (Belle Époque Edwardian period c. 1890-1920’s) This unsuspecting, charming Bacchante - with grapes in her hair - is about to face a great change as the “modern” woman of the 20’s emerges. The oval Cameo itself has been enhanced by the later addition of an elaborate double frame of simulated pearls and coral beads, set in jeweler tested Sterling Silver. I don’t know when this work was done, but it certainly makes this brooch opulent and unforgettable. Someone must have been very fond of this cameo to add such masterful embellishments. This is gorgeous! There is a replacement bar pin back with a safety clasp closure.

Condition: Excellent. A few tiny dings to coral beads, not visible except under magnification.
Size: Entire brooch is 2 5/8” high, 2 1/4” wide, 3/8” deep. Cameo is 1 3/4” high, 1 3/8” wide.
SALE!

$450.00

SOLD!

CA164

THE BEAUTY OF TORTOISESHELL ( Antique Victorian Tortoiseshell Cameo Pierced Earrings ): Tortoiseshell became a popular medium for Victorian jewelry artists. Its versatility, rich colors and light weight all contributed to its popularity. These Antique Tortoiseshell Earrings (c. 1870-80) display all of those features – beautiful colors, interesting shape, two different cameos and comfort. The photos with the blue backgrounds show the delicate features, beautiful coiffures and draping dresses of the lovely women. All of the photos display the variegated coloring of tortoiseshell jewelry. The earrings have new delicate gold wire pierced earring findings. Treat yourself to Tortoiseshell!

Condition: Excellent.
Size: Medium – 2 1/4” high, 1” wide, 3/8” deep.

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CA134

LOVE FOR SALE ( Victorian Antique “Woman Selling Cupids” Shell Cameo Brooch / Pin ): No wonder the word “Romantic” comes from “Roman”. This beautifully hand-carved Victorian Shell Cameo (c. 1880-90) depicts a Roman woman selling Love in the form of Cupids. It is an amazingly accurate replication of a Roman Fresco taken from the wall of a wealthy Roman's Villa and now displayed in the National Archeological Museum in Naples. (I have photographed the original for comparison.) That Roman Villa was one of several in the small port town of Stabiae buried by the 6th and strongest eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD. Stabiae was first discovered in 1749 with excavation taking place up to 1782. It became reburied and forgotten until 1950. Because it was the site of a number of summer villas of wealthy Romans it contained many of the finest Mount Vesuvius related artifacts. This cameo has a simple 9KT rose gold setting – all one would want for a cameo scene with all this detail. Replacement hinge and pin stem with original C clasp and safety chain attached. Wouldn't it be great to be able to purchase a Cupid whom you could direct towards the one you loved?

Condition: Excellent. An antique that looks like new!
Size: Cameo alone 2” wide, 1 1/2” high, Total 2 1/8” wide, 1 5/8” high, 1/4” deep.

SALE!

$1000.00

SOLD!

CA133

HERCULES ( Antique Victorian Jewelry Shell Cameo Brooch / Pin ): Over the years I have come to favor Antique Cameos based on either Greek Mythology or real life individuals. The great majority are women, so you can imagine how thrilled I was to discover this handsome mid-relief carved depiction of Hercules. That is the better known Roman name for this heroic god based on the Greek divinity – Heracles – son of Zeus and Alcemene and consort of Hebe – cup-bearer to the gods. Heracles was the greatest of the Greek heroes and a paragon of masculinity. His iconic attributes are the lion skin and the club – both shown on this cameo. One of his most famous feats of valor was that of killing the vicious Nemean Lion with his bare hands. It is the bases of many works of art. The plain jet setting of this Victorian Shell Cameo (c. 1870-90) provides the perfect masculine touch. It is beautifully hand carved. Note how even the lion's whiskers show. On the reverse is the original extended Victorian pin stem and C clasp in excellent working order. A real catch for any serious Cameo collector!

Condition: Excellent.
Size: 1 7/8” high, 1 1/2” wide, 3/8” deep.

SALE!

$925.00

SOLD!

CA146

QUEEN OF THE IMMORTALS ( Antique Victorian Jewelry Shell Cameo Brooch of Hera ): Hera/Juno, wife of Zeus, is the subject of this splendid large-scale Victorian hand carved shell Cameo. (c. 1840-60) Carved from Bull's Mouth shell, Hera wears a diadem (Spartan crown) and a veil signifying her roles as Queen of Olympus and a marriage divinity. She was the protector of marriage, children and families. The proud, regal peacock was her bird, reflecting her royal status. Hera put the eyes of her servant, Argus, into the peacock's one-hundred-eyed tail so he could keep watch on the misbehaving Zeus for her. Juno was Hera's Roman equivalent and her month, June, was favored for weddings. This magnificent cameo carving is a masterpiece of the carver's art – remarkable for its detail and use of the natural coloring of the shell. Notice the finely rendered roses in her hair, the swirls of hair curls and even the tiny “beads” in her diadem. The depth of her veil with its realistic folds is truly a wonder. Set in a 9 KT mount with a C clasp closure,the tiny ring at the top once held a safety chain. This is a large Cameo for a woman shopping for a statement piece. It has been in my personal collection for many years.

A superb quality large and eye-catching Antique Cameo Brooch – wonderfully wearable and enormously collectible. A gift to a loved one or for yourself.....a gift that will be treasured today, tomorrow and by future generations.

Condition: Excellent. Crisp and no evidence of wear.
Size: 2 5/8” high, 2” wide, 5/8” deep.

SALE!

$1000.00

SOLD!

CA149

THE VANISHING BEAUTY OF TORTOISESHELL ( Antique Victorian Bacchante Tortoiseshell Cameo Pendant ): From my personal collection, I am offering an exquisite blend of old and new – truly unique in design. (c. 1850/2000) This dazzling designed Victorian Tortoiseshell Cameo has been reset in a spectacular pendant surrounded by 14 KT gold leaves with citrine and topaz semi-precious stones. The versatility of Tortoiseshell, its rich colors and light weight, all helped to make it one of the most popular sought-after materials to come from the sea. A deeply carved Bacchante, with grapes and grape leaves in her hair, is rendered with the utmost delicacy. Her arm is wrapped around her as if embracing her trademark hair decorations. Notice the smooth beauty of her face and arm. Her eyes gaze longingly at yesterday. But she is safe now, surviving as the centerpiece of this dream of a pendant. The gold leaves are repoussé work and vary in size. The three green citrine ovals are bezel set and the lovely triangular drop is a smoked topaz, echoing the color of the tortoiseshell maiden. There is a sizable pendant hook on the back. (The chain is not included.) I found this beauty of a cameo unset and had it for several years before I decided that she was simply too beautiful to be hidden away in a box. The result is a one-of-a-kind blend of eras that saved this vanishing beauty and returned her to her former splendor. The pendant is stunning against your skin, on ivory lace or smart and chic on shades of blue or green. Photos do not do justice to this pendant. I am certain that I will never have another piece like this. You will treasure this tortoiseshell pendant for another lifetime – so easy to love!

Condition: Excellent. No chips on tortoiseshell. The chain is not included.
Size: Entire pendant is 5 1/2” long, 2 1/4” wide. Cameo is 1 3/4” high, 1 1/4” wide, 3/8” deep.

SALE!

SOLD!

CA147

THE BIRTH OF APHRODITE ( Antique Art Nouveau / Arts & Crafts Jewelry Hardstone Cameo Pendant ):Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love, beauty, pleasure and procreation. The myth of her birth has her rising from the sea on a scallop shell. She had no childhood and instead was born as a nubile fully grown adult. (The iconic representation of Aphrodite/Venus as a mature “Venus rising from the sea” was made famous in a much admired painting by Botticelli, circa 1485.) Goddess of love and beauty, her sole purpose was to be adored by gods and men. Her irresistible charm was the most formidable of her powers – magic to make the sanest man go mad! Her symbols were the dolphin, scallop shell, dove, mirror and the swan. In this carnelian hardstone cameo, Aphrodite, in a draped gown, holds the chariot shell reins to two dolphins as they pull her ashore. Set in an Art Nouveau style vermeil (gold wash over silver) framework, the curves are accented by tiny orbs creating a delightful scene of charm and fantasy. (c. 1900) A nice sized bale holds a lovely, golden box chain with a spring ring closure. This exquisite hardstone cameo is more difficult and time-consuming to fashion and requires a great deal of skill with lathe-held tools. Cameo experts point out that hardstones are not “carved” but more engraved. Truly a miniature sculpture complete down to the tiniest detail! This Cameo Pendant combines art and jewelry into one perfect piece of Antique excellence. A real treasure at a great price!

Condition: Excellent. A few of the “beads” of the border at the top of the hardstone show slight wear. The 14 KT chain is included.
Size: Frame work setting is 1 5/8” high, 1 3/8” wide. Hardstone Cameo is 1 1/4” high, 7/8” wide, 1/4” deep. Chain is 18” long.

SALE!

$400.00

SOLD!

CA156

CAMEO OF GODDESS FLORA ( Antique Victorian Bone Cameo Brooch / Pin ): This is a beautifully carved bone Victorian Cameo from my personal collection featuring the Roman goddess of Spring – Flora. (c. 1870-80) She is also one of several Roman goddesses of fertility. In this rendition not only does she have a crest of roses surrounding her forehead but the Cameo is set in a bed of roses and leaves delicately carved with multiple openings making it three dimensional. Could there be a more perfect setting for Flora? The bust itself is very three dimensional as is the double strand of pearls around her neck. The brooch has its original C clasp closure on the back. The dark photo shows the lovely grain of the piece best seen on the back. She is simply breathtaking!

Condition: Excellent. No broken tips
.Size: Large – 2 7/8” high, 1 7/8” wide, 3/4” deep.

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CA157

TWO GODDESSES “DAY & NIGHT” ( Antique Victorian Shell Cameo Brooch / Pin ): The romantic Victorians loved the subjects, “Day” and “Night”. This exquisite hand carved Antique Shell Cameo, circa 1870, presents the personification of the goddesses – “Day and Night” in combination. Each displays their respective attributes. On the left, Day (Eos/Aurora) is seen with roses in her hair and the rays of sun radiating above her head as she welcomes in the day. On the right, Night (Nyx/Nox) wears the veil of night with poppies – the narcotic, sleep inducing plant, in her hair. Her eyes are closed. Two stars and the moon can be seen floating above her head. Zeus, in the guise of an eagle, rests on the clouds - providing a serene scene of the gods in peaceful harmony. This Victorian Cameo is remarkable for its delicacy of execution and poetic feeling. A seductive and alluring Cameo reminding us that angels of many sorts greet us night and day. A highly sought after Cameo subject, especially with Zeus appearing as an eagle, “Day and Night” will continue to fascinate and delight you. The mounting is engraved 14 KT gold decorated with black enamel leaves. Treat yourself to this beauty!

Condition: Excellent. One small stress mark above Eos can be seen only on trans-illumination.
Size: Medium – 2” wide, 1 7/8” high, 3/8” deep.

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CA152

JUPITER ( Antique Victorian Jupiter / Zeus Shell Cameo / Sentimental Hair Swivel Brooch ): My preference in Cameos has always been for identifiable individuals from mythology, famous works of art or real life. Jupiter was the Roman King of the Gods – known as Zeus in Greek mythology. He was also the King of Thunder and of the Sky. His consort was Juno and he was the father of numerous famous children including Mars, Mercury, Minerva, Hercules, Apollo, Diana and Venus. (The names of all of our planets, including Earth (Terra), come from Roman Mythology and all are related to Jupiter.) You can see the strength in his face in this handsome Victorian Shell Cameo. (c. 1870-80) And you get double your money with this god. The tubular gold swivel brooch setting has beautiful swirls of reddish hair on the reverse decorated with fine gold wire and tiny seed pearls. The hair is set on pale lavender milk glass with an iridescent backing. The brooch has its original Victorian extended pin and C clasp closure. The ring at the top could be used as a bale but is actually for a safety chain. I like to think that this was a sentimental piece a wife gave to her husband containing her lovely curls to help keep her in his memory, with the Jupiter Cameo indicating how she felt about him – perhaps given just before he went off to war. But then I am a hopeless romantic!

Condition: Excellent.
Size: Total 2 7/8” high, 2 1/2” wide, 1/2” deep. Cameo portion 2” high, 1 5/8” wide.

SALE!

$700.00

SOLD!

CA128

MELODIOUS MELPOMENE ( Victorian Jewelry Melpomene Muse of Tragedy Shell Cameo Brooch / Pin ): When I first fell in love with Antique Cameos, I quickly tired of most “pretty ladies” unless the carving was really special or they were made of the more unusual materials – coral, ivory, jet, lava or hard stone. Instead, I sought out the ones representing mythological characters or a famous real person. Researching them was part of the fun. Dealers often don't know the subject matter – as with this lovely lady bearing a mask. With my background in theatre I knew there would be a story here. Melpomene was a daughter of Zeus and Mnemoyne of Greek mythology. Mnemoyne was the personification of memory, but better known as the mother of the nine Muses. Melpomene was initially the Muse of Singing, but at some point was switched to the Muse of Tragedy – thus the mask of tragedy she has. Among her eight sisters were Thalia (comedy), Enterpe (music), Calliope (lyric poetry), Erato (love poetry) and Terpsichore (dance). Why did the Greeks transform Melpomene from the Muse of Singing to that of Tragedy? I could not find the answer, but it may have something to do with her mating (in some versions of the story ) with Achelous, chief of all river deities, to produce the infamous Sirens who “imitated the strains of their melodious mother” to lure sailors to their doom – i.e: Tragedy! Though dainty in size, this is a beautiful cameo with craftsman-like carving and a 14KT gold setting enhanced by a complete surround of small natural seed pearls. It has a solid gold backing with the original C clasp closure. It could be made into a spectacular ring! A rare gift any theatre person lover would adore. When asked, you can now tell the fascinating story behind this lovely lady!

Condition: Excellent. All pearls intact.
Size: 1 3/8” high, 1 1/8” wide, 1/4” deep.

SALE!

$425.00

SOLD!

CA142

RARE EGYPTIAN REVIVAL CORAL BACCHANTE ( Antique Victorian Coral Cameo Pendant / Brooch ): This beautifully carved 3-dimensional Victorian Coral Cameo was undoubtedly carved when Victorian Egyptian Revival jewelry was popular (c. 1870-80). The central lovely lady is carved as a traditional Bacchante representation. You can see the neck of her Grecian gown, grapes and grape leaves cover her head and curls drape down both sides of her neck. This cameo differs by being set in a carved coral frame with Egyptian figures extending out both sides. This cameo is a lovely orange coral color. Mediterranean Coral is no longer obtainable so it will only become more and more rare and valuable. The coral frame is made up of eight pieces of coral set together. They, plus the Bacchante head are held firmly in place by a 14 KT replacement gold frame containing a small swivel bale and a pin back with safety clasp. Don't pass up this exquisite lady of the vineyard.

Condition: Excellent.
Size: 1 5/8” high, 1 5/8” wide, 3/4” deep.

SALE!

$1200.00

SOLD!

CA153

EGYPTIAN BEAUTY ( Antique Victorian Egyptian Revival Lava Cameo Brooch / Pin ): The building of the Suez Canal in the 1860's brought to England a new fascination with all things Egyptian – including jewelry. Lava Cameos were generally made in Italy and sold to the English as mementos of their trip to Pompeii. The detailed carving of this Lava Egyptian Beauty (c. 1860-70) is outstanding – all those curls, the flowers, that lovely face and please note the bird on each side of her face. The hanging ornaments consist of two acorns and a classical amphorae urn. The fixtures are gold with the original Victorian extended pin and C clasp closure. This cameo contains all of the elements to attract an English woman of that era – Egypt, nature (flowers, birds and acorns) and a classical urn. I'm sure it will attract a woman of this era as well, as it did me.

Condition: Excellent.
Size: 2 3/4” long, 1 1/4” wide, 1/2” deep.

SOLD!

CA082

GODDESS OF PLENTIFUL HARVEST ( Victorian Jewelry Demeter Shell Cameo Brooch / Pin ): A superb hand carved Victorian shell cameo, this brooch depicts the Greek goddess Demeter. (c. 1870) A regal deity, she wears a crown of wheat sheaves. Demeter was the goddess of agriculture and vegetation, a beneficent earth goddess who made everything grow and ripen. A sister of Zeus, this kind, gentle goddess insured that mortals always had plentiful harvests. She was also associated with fertility and newly married couples often received gifts of wheat. This timeless beauty has been carved with exquisite detail and depth. A large Antique Cameo Brooch, it is mounted in an 18KT Gold link setting with delicate touches of engraving on the outer links. The pin back retains its original C clasp with a replacement pin stem. Remarkable in quality, this Cameo Brooch conveys the essence of Victorian extravagance in jewelry.

Condition: Excellent. A few age related light stress marks not visible to the naked eye. A few repairs to the back of the frame done with the addition of golden balls, rather than solder.
Size: 2 1/2” high, 2 1/8” wide, 1/4” deep. Cameo carving is 2” high, 1 1/2” wide.
SALE!

$500.00

SOLD!

 

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