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Damaged cherub light antique. Rough valuation.

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Damaged cherub light antique.
Rough valuation.

Thanks! This is an early 20th century spelter (a type of pot medal that can be patinated to look like bronze but is prone to breaking) cherub Rococo inspired light - today the value for these in damaged condition is a bit modest, at the 40 to 60 pound level at a secondhand shop in its current state. In restored condition the value is at the 120 to 150 pound level.

Again, thank you and please let me know if I may be of further help with this question.

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