Three agate carvings from the 18th - 19th century. Including: One carving of a fruit with two peanuts and a butterfly. This carving has a pierced hole at the top through which a delicate chain has been strung. The chain is attached to a '14K' gold bail. Two carvings are of three water chestnuts and two peanuts. One is larger than the other but both have a pierced hole in the center. The carvings are done out of white and brown agate. All three carvings come with a fitted wooden stand.
Dimensions for the small peanut carving are 1 1/2 inches wide by 1/2 of an inch high, the large peanut carving is 2 inches wide by 1/2 of an inch high, and the fruit carving is 1 inch wide by 1 5/8 inches high. All measurements are approximate.
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