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I'm a mom with the most amazing family. I'm always looking for that hidden gem, trying to collect vintage jewelry on a budget.

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Modernist pendant - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Etruscan style brooch - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Berber enamel and silver pendant - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Micro mosaic dagger brooch - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
First bakelite of the season - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Modernist pendant, Guy Vidal?  - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Silver modernist pendant - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Bakelite mania - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Art deco Czech glass and brass ring - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Art deco Czech glass necklace and bracelet - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry

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  1. Jade could be, but I think aventurine stone
  2. Thanks valentino for your comment and loving and thank you aghcollect, vetraio50 and racer4four for the love
  3. Thanks for living it vetraio, peasejean and sean. Peasejean, I would love to see your brooch!
  4. And thanks to Kyratango,fortapache, antiquerose, valentino, racer4four,manikin, afram, vetraio and aghcollect for the love!
  5. Agram, thank you very much, you solved my mystery! :-)
  6. Hello everybody, thank you very much for appreciating my jewelry posts! I must admit I never really lost my appetite for jewelry ;-) I will post some more items every now and than
  7. Valentino is right:I see jaspis, onyx...all sorts of agate, these are the stones they find in germany
  8. Hey Val, yes he is getting big! And he has really big feet also :-) well maybe not as big as on the picture, bur still... but such a nice and quiet lad! I diserved a baby like him :-)
  9. Sorry, cant turn them, another time maybe :-)
  10. Oops! Maybe thats why he was crying ;-)
  11. Thanks val! And I think you are right, it will be better on a leather cord
  12. Love bakelite!
  13. Thanks sean, aghcollect, freiheit for loving my pendant
  14. Yes, Lio is going to the first grade now! AndTini is in her last year of kindergarden, she turned 5 a few days ago! They are growing so fast...
  15. Thx dclee, freiheit,val, sean and aghcollect!
  16. Val, its good to be 'back', although, I dont buy as much jewlry as I used to for the moment
  17. Hey idcloisonne, thank you very much for your comment! I will look up the Beau Company.
  18. Thanks kyratango for your comment!
  19. It reminds me a bit of the filigree neckace and earrings I posted here about a year ago.
  20. I love crescent moon jewelry. Its not weird, look at the micro mosaic collection of Agram
  21. I love them! I own only one like that. You just dont find them here in Belgium. I just bough a great green bakelite bangle though. I will try to post my finds soon.
  22. Its adorable! I really think its a girl, look at her face! She must be 3-4 years old. She doesn't look malicious, she looks absolutely cute! She remindes me of my youngest daughter, who is also 4 year...
  23. Love it!
  24. Love the necklace! It makes me think of a similar necklace I posted a while ago.
  25. Thank you very much to Phildavid, valentino, elisabethan, aghcollect, Moonstonelover, Manikin, Agram, freiheit, geo26,racer4four and paultemler for loving my jewelry!
  26. Hey freiheit, your earrings are lovely!
  27. I love the mask earrings in pic 3!
  28. It looks great! It reminds me of a necklace I posted a while ago. Its from the fourties or fifties and its definatly glass
  29. Could it be carnelian?
  30. The technique looks very similar to balinese wirework. They often use wire and little silver dots that they attach to a silver object. I posted my silver bola some time ago, which is a good example.
  31. Thanks kyratango, tom61, aghcollect, geo26, vetraio50, valentino, kerry106
  32. Hey Val, these were definately made in Congo. Congo used to be a province of Belgium so lots of people lived there and got back to Belgium when Congo got independent. I put these on all the time. Wood...
  33. Hey Val...Yes, we dont have freedom of speech where I live. Well, at least everybody knows that here ;-) I m not sure why only 20yr old boys were nice to you in Hungary. I think the other people idee...
  34. I had no idea it was Remembrance day...I have never really heard of it I must confess. Here in Europe the horrible past is still very much alive every day. Btw, its a great locket!
  35. breaking that is... Val, yes, but I would really REALLY love to have a bakelite clamper! :-) I wouldn't drill, I would glue it. I have a cheap ass fakelite 'made in china' sort of clamper with the ...
  36. Thanks for the love Val, DrFluffy, geo26, racer4four, vetraio50, kerry104, kyratango, nutsabotas, aghcollect and Moonstonelover for loving all my bakelite jewelry!
  37. @ Nutsabotas: I know it shouldn't matter but I m really curious and I always want to know the age of my stuff. @ Val: thank you very much for your opinion. I think you are spot on about the age of it...
  38. They are art nouveau btw :-)
  39. Thanks so much for posting, its georgeous
  40. I love how its stylised
  41. Its a great idea! I also have some bangles that are broken. They broke just in 1 place. So I m thinking of braking them on the opposite side and making a clamper bracelet out of them...Bakelite clam...
  42. Thanks, Val, aghcollect, Moonstonelover and geo26 for appreciating my collection
  43. @val: well, I know you are right once again: someone bought if before me, now I have and enjoy it and hopefully someone will have it after me! Thats a powerfull thought! Mind you, I m really gratefull...
  44. Nutsabotas and Agram, thanks for your nice comments and for loving all my bakelite! Good weekend for you too!
  45. Thanks ozmarty, Agram, Moonstonelover, valentino, nutsabotas, Manikin, aghcollect, freiheit and geo26 for loving my necklaces!
  46. @ val: indeed the universe wanted me to find that bead :-))) Since I had it I had another break! (I took a cotton thread to put the beads on) but its heavy so now I just chose certainty and I threaded...
  47. Ozzmarty and hunter, you are both right of course. I forgot all about the name butterscotch when I posted them. Thanks for reminding me :-)
  48. Moonstone, you are so funny :-)) I just took new pics of it together with a similar one.
  49. idcloisonne thanks for your reply. I know the material, but I m interested in who made this brooch (individual of jewelry company) because its such an interesting piece and it reminds me of Do It Your...
  50. You are right to fix the broken one. It would have been a shame to throw it away just because its not perfect!
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