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Cameos in Shell by Villasuso
Cameo is a method of carving an object. It is very old, I might say, since humans started painting caves also experimented with this kind of sculpture. Seems pretty obvious to me. But cameos using shells are recorded during the Renaissance: Centuries 15th and 16th. There is a lot more in wiki about this, where it is mentioned that there was a peak of demand for carved shells around 1850. After ...
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Can you post a photo of the vase here and let's know the measurements? also, I am sure there is more to the mark described. does it have a crown or just lettering?
by marveldcollector - 2 hours ago
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by marveldcollector - 2 hours ago
If circulated it is worth the face value. In mint condition (never used) up to $8.
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