I bought these items in a lot today--bead necklace, pin & earrings. They're probably plastic, but I'm wondering what I should label them as. Lucite? Could they be called faux amber? Any suggestions appreciated.
Hello all, no mark, and the fact I cannot decipher the coins does not help, quality workmanship, but a mystery to me. Thank you in advance for ny help.
Hi everybody. I need help identifying a signature on a bracelet that is sterling. Thanks for looking and HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!
Does anyone recognize this little bracelet? I think its a childs. It has pink stones with a raised white dot / design on them. The clasp is marked Japan.
Hopefully the picture will post along with this message. If not I will have to "reply" to this as I have in the past. So frustrating!
this looks very old, can you tell approx. age from the style? what is that style please? Victorian? Edwardian? era
The chain links and clasp are unusual, how to describe them please. I did not locate any markings on this necklace.
Should I clean it to shine it up abit, especially the connectors between the links where the faux pearls are, as they have turned green.
Help appreciated. Thanks, pretty
I'm finally getting around to selling my deceased mother's collection of costume jewelry.
Since I know nothing about jewelry I am a bit befuddled and appreciate any and all guideance.
The photobucket link is to an album of pictures of the items. Some I have been able to identify and those pictures have titles. They are frame numbers 6914 6925 6937 6943 6969 6981 6992 6996 7033 7037 7095 7100 7112 7115 7129 7227 7243 7247 7251 7267 7280 7298 7303 7307 7318 7321
Thanks for any advice you can offer.