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Old 08-19-2018, 06:05 PM
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Default 18K heartbreaker

Got a permission on an 1850's house in nearby city today.
This was the first target, I thought it was a nickel, 51-52 on the PRO.
Does anybody recognize the hallmark "Setac"?

Well it sure is buttery...
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There is a story behind that ring!

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Setac, you say.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QojWPMknhe0
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Oh man I bet that was a heart breaker coming out of the dirt. I imagine at first glance it looked like an old high karat bad boy.
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Originally Posted by DbblTap View post
There is a story behind that ring!

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I bet there is
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Setac, you say.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QojWPMknhe0
hah hah
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Oh man I bet that was a heart breaker coming out of the dirt. I imagine at first glance it looked like an old high karat bad boy.
yes, it is quite deep in color

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