Sterling ENAMEL COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG JAMES CRAIG Charm
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Sold Date: 04/02/2008
Channel: Online Auction
This is a Vintage Sterling ENAMEL COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG JAMES CRAIG SILVERSMITH Charm. The building, on my picture, houses James Craig's shop. James Craig was a son of a surgeon and talented jeweller who run a shop in this buiding at least since 1772. The house is called the Golden Ball after the gold ball hang above the entrance. Currently, the store offers silver and gold jewelry and other crafted items (brass and pewter hollowware pieces) inspired by the 18th century. And it serves as an exhibit site, w skilled artisans (silversmiths) make silver jewelry using the tools and methods of 18th century.It measures 1/2 inch long and 3/4 inch wide. S&H $3.00 I ACCEPT MONEY ORDERS , PERSONAL CHECKS AND PAYPAL. I COMBINE SHIPPING ON AUCTION AND STORE PURCHASES UP TO FIVE PIECES. NO INSURANCE ON INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS. NO REFUNDS NO RETURNS - ONLY IF ITEM IS NOT AS DESCRIBED OR PICTURED. ONCE I GIVE TO THE POST OFFICE I HAVE NO FURTHER OBLIGATIONS ( UNLESS INSURED ). I MUST HEAR FROM BUYER WITHIN 72 HOURS AFTER PURCHASE.
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