A PRE-WAR IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLE CELTIC STYLE CUP, in the manner of the Ardagh chalice, Dublin

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A PRE-WAR IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLE CELTIC STYLE CUP, in the manner of the Ardagh chalice, Dublin
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A PRE-WAR IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLE CELTIC STYLE CUP, in the manner of the Ardagh chalice, Dublin 1932, Thomas Weir inscribed, 182 g.
A PRE-WAR IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLE CELTIC STYLE CUP, in the manner of the Ardagh chalice, Dublin 1932, Thomas Weir inscribed, 182 g.

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126 Francis Street
Dublin 8
D08 E0C3

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Gemmological Descriptions

All dimensions and estimated weights of gemstones have been determined without unsetting the stones and are, therefore, only approximate because of limitations imposed by the mount. The weights are normally calculated by applying standard formulae to the measurements taken. Calculated weight: This term is used when all three dimensions have been used to calculate the weight. Estimated weight: This term is used when one or more of the dimensions could not be measured.

Diamond quality grade assessments, which are approximate, are based on comparison with known stones. The elements that comprise the grade can be estimated only, because of limitations imposed by the mount.

Gemmological descriptions are based on testing carried out by standard gemmological equipment without unsetting the stones. Whilst O'Reilly’s is reasonably satisfied that all such descriptions are correct, no responsibility can be assumed if subsequent unsetting and testing disproves these opinions.

Any article which incorporates pearls has been valued according to the opinion expressed, i.e. cultured, natural. Unless otherwise stated, none have been subjected to testing by X-ray to confirm this opinion.


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