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It does indeed resemble some of the pieces that were recovered from the Abbatucci. You will need to take it to a large auction house (Christie's for instance) or the largest jewelry store in your area with a resale department to have it looked at. There were lots of goldsmiths working in that time period so value is very difficult to obtain. Looking online at some of the pieces sold at the 1997 Abbatucci auction, I was stunned at how similar some of them are to today's David Yurman and Judith Ripka designs. Determining age will be the key to value.
Check out this link firstname.lastname@example.org and see if you can send it to them for appraisal. Recovery from the Abbatucci didn't start until the summer of 1996, so the odds of its being from that wreck and not good. Here is an ebay link to some pieces that are available for sale.
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