Large Cabinet, 17.1 x 1.8 x 0.6 cm
Huangtonxiang Mine, Lujiang, Anhui Prov., China

This is a very long, elegant, robust "rope silver" crystal from finds of the early 2000s at this Chinese locale. If it were from Saxony or Kongsberg, and it does kind of look like silvers from those locales, you could expect double or more on the price simply based on historical favoritism points. The Chinese material is relatively undervalued, thus. This is a slender wire, but so large and long that it has a lot of impact. If from old Saxony, you could multiple the price by a factor of 3-4, as China silver is lower valued compared to the old classics and yet ropes like this are nearly identical