Size is as-packaged, or the diameter of loose marbles. ("D" is the diameter of round items other than marbles.)
These marbles were recovered from a shipwreck dating from the late 1800s
off the coast of Long Island NY over the first decade of the new
millennium. The ship was carrying a cargo which included beer steins,
porcelain doll heads and German hand-made marbles. Glass handmades
recovered from the wreck were eroded (apparently from sand and surf),
but these glazed Crockeries weathered the punishment for 100+ years and
they still have a wet mint shine! Only a small minority exhibit any
damage, and even then it limited to some missing glaze or as-made touch
marks. These are beautiful marbles!
A dated and hand-signed
Certificate of Authenticity attesting to the provenance of your marble
is included. Cetificates are printed on premium 100% cotton paper with
watermark with raised foil seal embossed with the landofmarbles.com
logo. Your certificate will be packed into a capped acrylic tube with
the marble for protection.
These are the most eye-appealing crockeries I've ever seen. The marbles are so unusual they are not even discussed in Block's "Marbles: ID & Price Guide," which describes only single-color and bicolor crockery utilizing blue, green and white. These fantastic rarities feature not only blue and green on white, but also pink! A very
rare marble indeed! When our supply runs out there will be no more!
Dont miss out on these at this price!
I've been looking at these marbles for a long time and finally jumped in. I'm glad I did. The marble is a very nice piece, exactly as described and I especially like the sunken ship saga. I'll buy more when I can afford to. They're really nice !
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