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Berlin Iron Jewelry; Silesian wire work jewelry

If you are interested in the history of the emergence of Berlin Iron Jewelry please read the article by Ben Marks Senior Editor on: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/when-germans-gave-up-their-gold-jewelry-to-battle-napoleon/ I put all the characteristics of authentic Berlin Iron jewelry in a row for you. That can only help if you want to know if you are indeed dealing with this type of jewelry: • Magnetic, so iron • Often black lacquered, sometimes grey or bronze • Feels cold • Light in weight • Components of the brooch not welded but sit with rings together • The stem is extremely long and brooches has c-clasps • The c-clasp and hinge are fixed by means of rings • Has sharp edges • Has no blurry edges • The surface must be fine–grained

Berlin Iron Chatelaine  - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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BERLIN IRON BRACELET WITH CAMEO CLASP LATE 1700's EARLY 1800's - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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Silesian Iron Wire-Work  Cut Steel Brooch, ca.1820 - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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IRON BERLIN (CAST IRON) BUTTERFLY BROOCH PENDANT - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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Iron Berlin (Fer de Berlin) Ring; iron outside, inside gold - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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Berlin Iron (Fer de Berlin) jewelry box. - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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Berlin Iron 18s Silesian Wirework Necklace and Cross Pendant - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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SILESIAN WIRE MESH WORK JET CAMEO BRACELET - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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Berlin Iron (Fer de Berlin) Pendant Around 1820  - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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BERLIN IRON SILESIAN WIRE WORK BEES EARRINGS   - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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BERLIN IRON LOCKET NECKLACE - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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BERLIN IRON SET OF 4 CAMEOS CAST IRON 1810 - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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BERLIN IRON SILESIAN WIRE WORK BROOCH 18s  - Fine Jewelryby Agram.m
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