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Aloha, My father gave me my grandmother's Pearl Neckalce 10 years ago. They are Asahi Pearls from Tokyo> I have never worn them and I would like to sell
A Collection of Orange Blossom by Traub Questions
Hello We are an Iranian trading company which can supply you any precious and semi-precious rough stone. Some Rough stone provided by our company are GARNET(GREEN,
A collection of antique or gold bracelet hallmark questions
Collection of Hattie Carnegie Jewelry Questions
I would like to sell my Vintage jewelry by Simpson which is considered rare and hard to find. First Ladies Mrs. Eisenhower, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Nixon,
The Antique Jewelry Investor Global Resource - How To Invest in Antique Jewelry, 20th Century Jewelry and Pearls
Does anyone remember Contempo Fashions jewelry that was sold via home parties (like Sarah Coventry) in the 1980s and early 1990s? The jewelry was unmarked,
my 18th birthday was a week ago and my mum knows my love of all things antique and old so she got me a rather cute and dainty secondhand diamond and 9
A Collection of Chanel Designer Jewelry Questions
Price of centuries old extra large natural pearl of wt 9.0 carat to 14.0 carat of all shapes
A Collection of STAR marks on Antique & 20th Century Jewelry
Over the years, the house of Moussaieff has amassed a first-rate gem collection, including the 5.11-karat shield-shaped Moussaieff Red, one of the planet’s largest fancy red diamonds, which was discovered by a Brazilian farmer and weighed 13.90 karats in the rough, and the Moussaieff Blue, a flawless blue diamond that broke the price per carat world record upon its acquisition in 2007. Alisa Moussaieff has never strayed from her single-minded passion for diamonds, not only for their intrinsic value but also their heritage, emotional and spiritual significance and life-enhancing qualities. “If you don’t understand gemstones, you can’t make jewelry,” she insists. “You need to have basic knowledge of gems and also the sources of gems.” It is this time-honored understanding of magnificent stones that allows Moussaieff to keep crafting jewels where the most incredible gems take center stage.
Masterpiece Antique CAMEO Jewelry | Aurora rises in the sky from the River Okeanos at the break of day....
Hi these are a collection of old rings I have had for many years Some were dug up by my brother metal detecting in Scotland years ago. Some I collected
Facts About Diamonds! Diamonds are Forever. we got that. Diamonds are A Girl's Best Friend. we got that too| What are the Diamond FACTS then?
Passengers on the Titanic -their hearts go on...thanks to the Edwardian Jewelry recovered from the Titanic ship
A collection of jewelry marked 585 | 14k gold mark
September Jewel of the Month 2010 | Treasure of Vergina on Antique Jewelry Investor...
what is it? the STS.
What is the item? 22k yellow gold & Turquoise necklace Can you please provide all background information? It might be Turkish...and could have come
hi, we have a pair of more than 100 years old pearl ear rings that belong to my grandmother's grandmother. we would like to know about their estimated
A collection of antique masonic jewelry questions
Never seen so many nonsimilar pearls in one strain. 61 single strain wild naturally colored saltwater pearls
A Collection of Rare & Unusual Cameos
A Collection of Christian Dior Vintage Costume Jewelry Questions
A collection of Tiffanys Jewelry Questions
My father bought my mother cultured pearls when he was stationed there in WWII. Are they worth anything and can I sell them separately since they have
This necklace was my great grandmothers, and I was wondering if you could tell me about it, its history, and its value.
This pendant has very good art work. It is light about 3 grahms of 18k. gold. Don't know much more. Any help?
was wondering if this pearl neacklace is real and worth anything. I know nothing about pearls.
My grandmother's grandmother's father bought these pearl earrings during Ottoman Empire times. They have never been expertised, seen, listed or valued
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Hi I am in possession of what looks like a mans bronze signet ring that was dug up by workmen doing a pond over 15 years ago. I have attached photos.
I have been to many antique shows and seen cases filled with vintage cameos, however, I have never seen one that has two profiles. Is a cameo with double
I inherited this Cameo from my mother, she bought it in Italy in the 60's, it's still in it's original case. I have been trying to decide between keeping
You see, Ceylon sapphire cutters face a real dilemma: because the color often radiates from one portion of the stone; other portions of the stone may be pale or even colorless. The art of the master Ceylon sapphire cutter is to angle the piece of rough in such a way as to bring this shot of color closest to the table of the stone. The result: Symmetry is sacrificed for depth of color.
René Jules Lalique (6 April 1860, Ay, Marne – 1 May 1945, Paris) French glass designer and also 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 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 notion of solid materials like metal to co-exist with flight.
Spirit of the Wind - Lalique
Painting by Maranov
Dragonfly by Jar
Information on Age and Dating Cameo Jewelry
Australian discovery of the pearl cultivating technique on Thursday Island by William Saville-Kent
Jewelry speaks to the senses, but when the sparkle goes beyond the sense of sight and draws from us deep emotion it catapults the jewelry into a work of art.
We catch a glimpse of 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.
I have several pieces of jewelry signed CS and the original boxes with Charles Kerrison Jewelers of Charleston, SC. They are gold tone and/or rhodium plated.
A Collection of Questions on Majorica Pearls
I bought this ring from a friend of family who was at the time 80 years old and that was about 20 years ago. I bought it for 50cents from her garage sale.
I went to an awesome vintage shop earlier today and found this necklace I just had to have. I liked it instantly just because it was weird and different.
I came upon a gold pendant necklace that had a little girl holding an umbrella. It had a crescent moon with 5 stones in it. I gave it to my daughter and
Hi, I found this turquoise bracelet at an Unclaimed Baggage store. The inside of the bangle is copper or brass. There is an inscription inlay on the front
Wise Up to a WEISS Deception| Counterfeit Costume Jewelry not True Vintage Costume Jewelry....
Rare Natural Pearls are one in a Million | Made entirely of Nacre which is a combination of aragonite or calcite with an organic binder called conchiolin