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Found at a thrift store need help with identifying it. It measures 2 1/2" high 1 1/2" wide, there are no markings on it.
Looks like 3 initials at very bottom; can't make them out for sure. Looks like English language, not Asian? Suggestion: Place on white sheet of paper and take a pic of the stone.
Can you read what it says? It looks like AG 14 to me...and there is a silver metal by that name. AG is the atomic symbol for silver. I don't know what the 14 means. The AG-14 is a type of solder used to weld stainless steel to bronze (or vice-versa). It has no cadmium in it and is 55% pure silver. The joint will be the same color as the stainless steel.
This is not an authorized method of identifying metal jewelry. You'll have to have a jeweler or gemologist ID the stone.