i have a gold bracelet with coral? or cabochons and its stamped 750 on clasp, would like to know more about it.
I'm trying to find out information on this Hobe necklace that I got to sell but want more info on it. It is a signed also on the metal back. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I don't even no what types of stones they are.
Hello again! I can't seem to stay away! I am confindent I'll get accurate "expert" opinions from you! This time I have acquired what I think is an Antique/Vingate Cannetille Filigree Elephant. He is marvelous and finely wired. Bright Enamel accents and toes.
Bale is marked SILVER. Does that help date it? It appears to have a gold wash? I love the chain. Have included a photo of the original box if that helps. Is it Turkish? Chinese? Old new? I haven't found anything similar! Thank you again!!
Does anyone know anything about this company and why cant I find another piece from them? Jondellent Inc. Made in Mexico
I have a vintage enamel necklace that I believe is David Andersen, Normay. I would like to know with more certainty before I try to sell it. My mother had several David Andersent pieces and this was amongst them. Unfortunately, back in the day, my mom only liked chokers and would remove the links of necklaces to shorten them. That seems to be the case here becuase I am unable to find a hallmark. In looking through EBay, etc., I have not beeen able to find this heart-shaped pattern. Can someone advise me how to go about identifying the piece? Thank you in advance for any assistance you can give me. Also please let me know if I am posting this question in the correct place.
I have both the older Presidium (the analog one with the dial and needle that swoops to show what the stone by the range) and the new pen style where you choose the color and the machine gives you the list of items.
So far the pen style only tells me a list of 5 or 6 possible options once I tell it what color the stone is. With the old one I could easily figure out that the red stone was a garnet and not a ruby based on where the needle indicated and I could also tell that the stone was an amethyst and not a peridot because it was purple. The new one not so much.
So does it ever accurately tell yes this is definitely an emerald or does it only say heres a list of some things it MIGHT be? I cant just list jewelry items by claiming "this IS POSSIBLY a sapphire (though it might also be 4 other things)." I need to know for sure. Am I hoping for too much or does the machine NOT do the job I need it to do? Please advise - if it doesnt work I need to return it (it wasnt cheap!!)