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Antique Silver 'Fumbsup' Lucky Charm

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SKU: x4270

Description:

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This antique Silver 'fumbsup' lucky charm is perfect if you are a lover of all things collectable! At the height of popularity during early 20th century, this small charm of a baby crafted from Sterling Silver would have been used as a good luck charm for those fighting during the first world war. 

This antique charms name 'fumbsup' is derived from 'thumbs up', a traditional good luck symbol that soldiers would hook onto a button or through a charm chain. Steeped in sentiment, she could become your new lucky charm, bringing this historic piece into the present. 

Item Details:

ERA: Edwardian (1901-1909)

MEASUREMENTS: Charm is 26.5mm long, including jump ring. 
Charm itself is 22mm long x 12.5mm wide x 7mm deep. 
Weight: 1.2g

MATERIALS:  Tests as Sterling Silver throughout. 

STAMPS & HALLMARKS: Patent number 'RD 663819' on back of charm. 

PACKAGING: Your order will be gift-wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.

Condition:

VERY GOOD. Considering the use of this antique Silver 'fumbsup' lucky charm, she has remained in very good condition throughout. Her Silver has a lovely sheen with a light patina in her grooves. Her structural integrity has kept impeccably throughout the course of her life and with her jump ring, you can suspend her from a chain or key chain to keep close to you at all times.