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The lion walking left is usually associated with sterling lion passant found on silver however left facing lion passant was used on a number of very old antique gold items but rare. I would test the metal content of this item. There is a selection of digital gold testing equipment available for purchase over the internet. You might prefer to use an acid testing kit, many people seem to prefer this method, or alternatively your local jewelry can test the metal content for you. Unfortunately, there are lots of fake hallmarks out there. Thank you for writing to us...Yvonne Hammouda-EyreIf you would like to join the Antique Jewelry Investor community and stay up to date with all the latest Antique jewelry news, click here....http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion_(heraldry)
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