I apologize for giving more than I get from this list, but I have
another question for you all.
Someone brought me a broken snake bracelet. It the kind that wraps
on and off, so one has to bend the metal a bit each time it's worn.
This piece was her grandmother's. We can't find a sterling mark on
it anywhere, but it looks like sterling and she says it polishes up
It looks to be made from a thin sheet of sterling that was rolled
inwards from both sides to create the body shape of the snake.
My question is how do I go about repairing it? Or should I suggest
she take it to someone experienced in restoring antique jewelry?
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