Modern(?) Silver Earring

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I'm going to stick my neck out and say its got some age...nice find btw
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Thanks Alexander. Now that I'm aware you're in the antiques business, I'm feeling more confident that it's not as recent as I'd first thought. :thumbsup:
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it looks very similar to the roman gold ear rings , what a great find if it is . nice one
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Just a heads up on your vids mate,just started watching and nice to have no razzmatazz extravaganza,just plain old detecting.
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joemole wrote: Tue Sep 15, 2020 7:34 pm it looks very similar to the roman gold ear rings , what a great find if it is . nice one
Thanks Joe, nothing back from my FLO yet. I don't mind how old it is, but I'm keen to find out roughly what period it is from. :)
coal digger wrote: Tue Sep 15, 2020 7:54 pm Just a heads up on your vids mate,just started watching and nice to have no razzmatazz extravaganza,just plain old detecting.
Thanks Coal Digger, that's very kind of you. :thumbsup:
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