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You might like to list your Mizpah Broach in the Jewelry Exchange
by: Anonymous

Scottish Celtic thistle brooch pin set with pronged amber colored stone is similiar to your Mizpah Broach we discovered for sale on Rubylane. It is being sold for $15 US. Your Mizpah Broach is similiar but with two amber rhinestone stamen thistles so I think $30 would be within reason.

Yeppers, the appraisal would cost more. With listing fees, success fees, and other auction platform "hoops" (some more complex than others) I would recommend either trading this piece or selling directly with your customer. I have created a platform for doing exactly this on Antique Jewelry Investor because from what visitors tell me, it is a very much needed service. Not all jewelry (except modern mass produced manufactured jewelry) is shopping cart -friendly. Some visitors all are trying to find a missing piece to add to their collection. Others simple want to promote in a simple effective way to targeted audiences.

So I created the Jewelry Exchange to enable direct exchange between seller, buyer, finder, promoter and customer.
There is a charge of $2.99 a quarter (three months) as I want it to be affordable for everyone and an alternative and easier to use platform than conventional market places and auction sites.

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Miracle is the trade name of A. Hill & Company Ltd. of Birmingham, England, which started manufacturing jewelry in 1946. Mizpah is one of the many trading names used by this company. They are one of the leading designers and manufacturers of Celtic, Irish, and Scottish style jewelry. The A.Hill Company along with Mizpah also manufactured Sol D'Or jewelry. This brand, Mizpah, is owned by Miracle.

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