Elisabethan

Sweden

For as long as I can remember I have been interested in in old things and things that carry a history. I still remember when I, as a young child, saved some old bookFor as long as I can remember I have been interested in in old things and things that carry a history. I still remember when I, as a young child, saved some old books from being thrown away after my grandparents had died and the house was being sold. I kept the books hidden and safe, as my secret treasure, for meny years. Today I´m glad I was so determined, the oldest book is from 1748. At the age of 7 I already had a strong feeling that old things needs to be treated with respect. I guess it all started there, the interest in finding and caring for old or special things. The collector soul in me was born. Recently I found a growing interest in silver jewelry. I tought I was drawn to simple elegant designs but I´m learning more about my taste everyday. I´m humble about this whole thing as I find it hard to call myself a collector, I just recently realized I have this condition. I don´t know a lot, but I do know what I like and I also like research. I´m looking forward to share and to read about other peoples pieces and collections. (Read more)

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Stunning agate, silver and mixed metalls hunza cuff bracelet from Pakistan  - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Beautiful enamel brooch from Norway - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Aurora borealis necklace - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Lovely bakelite necklace - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Post nr 2 (enamel brooch stone) - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Beautiful enamel brooch  - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Art deco eggyolk (?) stone or early plastic earrings  - Art Decoin Art Deco
Baltic amber and silver earrings - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Baltic amber and silver beetle bracelet - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
My baltic amber collection  - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry

Comments

  1. Wonderful!
  2. I love it ofcourse! Of the two brooches I love this the most.
  3. So wonderful! Native american jewellry is so beautiful!
  4. Truly wonderful Agram!!
  5. Bratjdd and pops52 thanks!
  6. What a wonderful post, thanks for sharing this! You seam to have a lot of bakelite in your country, hard to find here otherwise I would also be addicted...or it would be rather nice perhaps ;).
  7. Tom61375 and musikchoo thanks!
  8. Thanks tom61375!
  9. Thanks tom61375!
  10. Tom61375 thanks!
  11. Hi, don't know the material but this far I have seen this teardropshapebeads in bakelite. http://m.ebay.com/itm?itemId=111422424013#. But a lot om bakelite was made in order to look like amber so ...
  12. Thanks Katzl and Inky!
  13. Thanks Agram!
  14. Thankyou very much Newtimes and Freiheit!
  15. Thanks Katzl and Inky for love and thanks inky for nice coment.
  16. Roycroftbooksfromme1 thanks!
  17. Dear Val, thank you very much! Your instructions will be really (are) very helpful when I do this. I'm glad to be able to look forward to my pendant being whole again.
  18. Thanks everyone!
  19. Thankyou Toolate2!
  20. Beautiful and effektive.
  21. Thank you very much Agram! I think this brooch is like a little painting and the colors are bright. I wear this quite often with a white sjal (swedish, sorry don't know the english word :), it bigger ...
  22. Thanks Agram for our contact today! I see if I can find info on your brooches and if I don't find anything new then I'll keep them in mind if I come across information in the furure. I will then email...
  23. Oh, I answered before I saw your last respons. Thanks!
  24. Tanks Agram! When I saw your scottish jewellry I felt I had to maybe rethink this. I see the decoration in the links you sent and that's what made me first thinking of Scottland but then the enamel m...
  25. Wonderful Agram!
  26. Agram these are lovely. When I see the engraving on yours then I'm wondering if I've been wrong about my brooch that I thought was french. Can you have a look at my post and give me some ideas about w...
  27. Thanks aghcollect and Geo26e for love! Anyone who loves nature and beautiful landscapes should Google for photos of Hunza valley. You'll see some breathtaking beautiful scenery!!!
  28. Budek, have you found out more about this? I can't get it off my mind that's why I'm asking. Somewhere deep down in my memory I have a feeling I have seen this mark before, long ago. I hate when that ...
  29. Thanks for the love Zowie!
  30. Thanks Katzl!
  31. Thanks Katzl, Mikelv85, fortheloveofdog and Budek!
  32. Yes they are lovely and practical :). Thanks Shareurpassion!
  33. Thanks Manikin and Petey!
  34. Thanks Manikin, PhilipDavidAlexandermorris and Agram!
  35. Shareurpassion I've done quite a lot of research on these and I know they aren't 'foil', it's a poor butterfly who has lost it's wings :(... I'm still investigating the age and am hopeing someone will...
  36. Thank you Sean! I'm always amazed how often you manage to respond and coment, you're so kind.
  37. The photo is a bit unclear but it looks good from here.
  38. Very lovely!
  39. Hello nutsabotas6! Thank you for saying that! I'm glad you think so.
  40. Lots of thanks Vetraio50 and Sean68!!
  41. I've added some clearer photos.
  42. Thanks PhilipDavidAlexandermorris!
  43. Wow what a story. Don't be to hard on that child :) I would have found a label like that scary at that age. The person who did must have been a good person deep inside, I can't imagine somebody hard-h...
  44. Hi idcloisonne! Sorry I never saw your nice answer here until now by pure luck :). Yes I agree and I value your coments here on CW.
  45. Thanks Mikelv85!
  46. I've had a look threw your posts and feel that I think we see somewhat the same in our pieces. Can't describe it better.
  47. Oh, I just found the answer in your other post. Now I can say I love it!! :)
  48. So lovely! I wish it was mine. Stunning!
  49. I guess this was for lovely Valentino97 but I will write something too :). These are really nice. What makes them native american jewelry, is that type of jewelry that you have used to put them togeth...
  50. Lovely bracelet! Is it the style that tells you the era or are there any more traditional german silvermarks? Or perhaps they were on the previous silverclasp? I'm not used to see the 'sterling german...
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