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    Fine Caucasian Belt with Buckle.

    Overall length is approximately 31-inches. Niello silver. Exquisite workmanship throughout. Silver and leather composition. Most rectangular panels marked 84. Note: According to research, Russian silver is based on zolotnick standard. The most common zolotnick standard is 84, a number which is often found on Russian silver and signifies a purity level of 87.5 percent. Overall weight of the belt is approximately 11.6 ounces.

    Condition: Fine for its age. Toning present overall, some losses and tears to leather. Possible replaced and/or reinforced leather loops near buckle and hook, otherwise fine.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2020
    6th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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