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Old 08-01-2017, 02:42 PM   #1
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What a bargain

I was lucky enough to pick up a golden chalice yesterday for £15 (about $20)

It's 7 inches by 4 inches and now my centre piece. What's your best coral bargain?
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Old 08-01-2017, 02:43 PM   #2
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Here's my chalice
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I really love chalices. Have a picture without the blues on?
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It's my first one. I can't believe the colour under blues. It's almost unnatural
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Indeed. That is why here several years ago the prices on a chalice were unreal. Everyone wanted their hands on them. These fads come and go. Right now they are all about those 'bounce' mushrooms or whatever they are. I have only ever seen one in person...single polyp for 1200. Crazy stupid.
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That's ridiculous. In the UK it seems to be posh acropora and fancy zoas that are the current fad
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Yep, they've been there too.
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