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A Collection of Questions on Majorica Pearls
Experiential Power in Oldness
It is not the recognizable Mikimoto clasps I see on my vintage Mikimoto pearls, but my father purchased them in Japan for my mother in the early 1950s
A collection of antique or gold bracelet hallmark questions
A collection of jewelry marked 585 | 14k gold mark
A collection of ancient and very old jewelry and pearls
I recently acquired a cruxifix and on the back side it is inscribed with J. Lambert Rucki and at the very bottom in smaller letters the word France. I
It is a gemstone measuring 40 carats. i have been researching it for about sixteen years. It is hand made russian gold and unusual markings on the inside
Information On Alexandrite Stone & Natural Russian Alexandrite
Dear Sir, Iam in a possession of 570 Bahrain pearls, bought in late 60 s in Tripoli Fair-Libya, where I lived. Now I d like their appraisal. Please help.
A Ccollection of Roman Greek Soldier Cameos
What are lotus simulated pearls, post 1964 made in England worth?
14k Yellow Gold Old Tiffany & Co. Nautical Tie Tac Pin. It is marked T & Co. 14k. The gold content has been tested. It is approximately 1/2 wide and
This gorgeous Kramer vintage emerald and rhinestone necklace is in very good condition. The sparkle and intense color of the stones in this necklace are
Rare Natural Pearls are made entirely of Nacre which is a combination of aragonite or calcite with an organic binder called conchiolin
Advertise on the Jewelry Exchange Here... Stunning custom-made wedding ring set. The colour of this Natural gem diamond is AMAZING. The colour description
My mother has an vintage star sapphire diamond ring, we are not sure about the real value of this ring. Also we assume that this is a platinum ring but
Hi my uncle found a very antique ring, it was all black and rusty and then i decided to clean it up. I want to know if anyone knows what the symbol on
Just wondering what this was it was my grandmothers
Hi, I've written before but my email has changed.im contacting you because my husband's mother has been missing since February 1970 and I feel like there
Jewelry speaks to the senses, but when the sparkle goes beyond the sense of sight and draws from us deep feelings, it then embodies a quality that catapults the jewelry into a work of art.
We see into the character and the temperament of the artist and can sense his tenderness and genius, and we behold a masterpiece!
Louis Oscar Roty, was a master medalist. Born in Paris in 1846, he was a master of both painting and sculpture and is considered today the world reigning master of medalists.
His medals are to be found in nearly all major European museums, and there is a museum of his works, called the Museum of Oscar Roty, located in Jargeau, France; classified as works of art.
The mother & child rendition in the above photo was made by Oscar Roty, and capped with the French word for Motherhood - ‘Maternite”.
The reverse of the artwork features a wreath of roses, the historic symbol of Feeling, Emotion, Mother, L.o.v.e.
Hi, I'm hoping to track down any information (date, maker name , etc) about a gold signet / seal ring that I inherited. My family tree runs back to Massachusetts,
Does the S on the clasp of a Mikimoto pearl necklace stand for silver or platinum? I'm getting opposing information from two different sources. Thanks
Rare French Antique Cameo making in Tours France...
The Antique Jewelry Investor Global Resource - How To Invest in Antique Jewelry, 20th Century Jewelry and Pearls
Every color of the rainbow appears in Australia's national gemstone. Indeed, according to Aboriginal legend, the swirling colors of opal were created when a rainbow fell to earth. Australia produces 95% of the world's opals.
Recovery of items honours those that perished. It brings to the surface, the items that passengers, who died, could not do themselves. It completes their
During the first hundredth of a second after the big bang physicists have determined the universe passed through 4 phases associated with the creation of each of the fundamental forces - electromagnetism, the weak and strong nuclear forces and gravity. Like water when it condenses from steam to liquid to ice, the universe like a gemstone became more asymmetric as it cooled. While passing through each of these phase changes, imperfections could have arisen, just as ice crystals show flaws in the packing of water molecules within them. Theorists propose that these ‘topological defects’ in space-time might include linear ‘cosmic strings’, one-sided magnetic ‘monopoles’ and twisted forms called ‘textures’.
When we look through a microscope at a gemstone, we begin to see the crystal structure gives rise to defects within the stone, largely determined by the mass of the particles, background force field, etc in space-time. We call them ‘inclusions’ in gemological terms - but are they really "inclusions" or evidence of symmetry breaking; a simple defect of perfect crystal structure? Yvonne Eyre
Arabic Jewelry of Classical Singer Umm KHALTHUM, famous arabic singer's Jewelry auctioned at Dubai's Emirates Towers....
What are my rhinestone and jewelry worth?
I have a rosary that appears to be pretty old. The beads on it appear to be wood perhaps? The crucifix itself has a compartment that opens by unscrewing
Tahitian Black Pearls
Back to Tahitian Black Pearls | Farmed around the Pearl Islands of French Polynesia and Beyond into the Micronesian Islands...
René Jules Lalique (6 April 1860, Ay, Marne – 1 May 1945, Paris) was a French glass designer and one of the most original & influential jewelers of all time. Breaking the unspoken rule that jewelry was a trophy to showcase luxury he introduced a contradiction to lifeless hard surfaces through the medium of light; Lalique created movement through exceptional craftsmanship and choice of materials and in the process went where no jeweler had gone before. Through the visible region we see as light, Lalique enabled for the first time, the contradictory concept of a solid material like metal to co-exisit with flight.
Spirit of the Wind - Lalique
Painting by Maranov
Dragonfly by Jar
One of the purposes of jewelry that's been in circulation for hundreds or thousands of years is to show that actual immortality by extending the memory beyond the normal reach of a lifespan can be achieved - that memory extension methods in the physical form of jewelry hardware saturated with the energetic fields of past lifetimes, recall life-affirming mental imagery of past events is evidence that we do have capabilities that are possible: that we do have an opportunity to recall memory perhaps, not just one hundred or a thousand years, but why not even billions and trillions of years; an unlimited duration. Our hope is that an approach more aligned to crystalline structure rather than cryonics, will push us one step closer to life extension, to fully embrace everything that we were so that we can move beyond it. Our life could be eternal and have meaning forever
I have a b david necklace & earring set, can you tell me anything about it.The year? The $ amount?
Hi, I have this gorgeous pair of earrings, but I was confused as to what the mark meant or where it originated from. I have attached a photo of one of
Aloha, My father gave me my grandmothers Pearl Necklace 10 years ago. They are Asahi Pearls from Tokyo. I have never worn them and I would like to sell
I picked up this necklace at a yard sale because I found it to be interesting. The pendants or whatever they are unscrew and separate into halves. There
Passengers on the Titanic -their hearts go on...thanks to the Edwardian Jewelry recovered from the Titanic ship
Nothing in nature is the same as anything else. There is always a difference, however slight it may be. After all, why do the same thing twice? This is one of the factors that make gems so fascinating. Each is an individual with characteristics which make it at least slightly different from any other gem.
I have some antique cameos that are not mounted on anything - just plain cameos. I want to display them by putting them in frames. Do I mount them on
I have inherited a 18K(750) solid gold watch. Face is round, what looks like a champagne pearlized dial, a chain-like band made up of hexagon shapes,
I have a gray baroque pearl necklace from the early 1900's and I was wondering what they might be worth
Here are more pictures but I can not seem to get a clear enough picture of the medallions. The Lebanese friend said it was Arabic but so old that the
I want to share one thing more on this pic; it is whole gold work made from real gold metal. want to sell so plz confirm me max rate for this.
We found this pin in our late grandmother's belongings. She traveled extensively in Europe when she was younger and collected numerious items. This brooch