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Filigree Sterling Over Ivory (8829)

This cane is really in all the wrong catagories. Its a gadget cane of no consequence so I didn't put it their, and the body of the cane is ivory, yet I don't have an ivory subcatagory for manufactured. Our purpose for discussing this cane is the mystery of how it was made. Silver melts at 800 degrees. How did they get the silver frame all around the ivory, without burning it, as the entire silver filigree cover is soldiered closed. These types of canes are considered to be American from 1880 to 1900. I think they are underpriced at B value code, and 3*.

Category: Manufactured
Sub Category: Silver


Listed: 2006-12-04 22:26:13







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