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I'm interested in Antique and Vintage Jewellery, and anything collectable, It doesn't always have to be old to be interesting.


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Antique brass ? - Accessoriesin Accessories
Bernard Instone Silver ring - Art Decoin Art Deco
Bernard Instone Silver and Pearl Ring - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
WMF Silver Pin - Art Decoin Art Deco
Myra Kyytall and Ikora Vintage glass beads and Brass spacer Bracelet - Art Decoin Art Deco
Rhoda Wager (Circle of ) Silver and Opal Brooch - Art Decoin Art Deco
New Zealand Maori Hei-Tiki - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Art Deco Brooch - Art Decoin Art Deco
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  1. I spent ages trying to get this on CW
  2. I'm the same Kyra, to be honest I'm more interested in the launch boat.
  3. No, he says that's not it. The cabin was at the front with port holes. It was about 3foot higher than the back end, which was open. Originally it had a stream engine.
  4. Many thanks for you information OlofZ
  5. I've just asked him and your correct. Apparently he and his friends bought a 1st World War Naval high speed launch boat, it came with the boat, but he says it wouldn't have been strong enough to use ...
  6. Hi pastaccoutremon, the website above has a very similar necklace and earring to these, when you go into the site, type in Bernard Instone.
  7. Many thanks EZa katherinescollections ho2cultcha
  8. This is the same ring with a Rose Quartz
  9. Many thanks Kyra aghcollect Alan vetraio racer Caperkid Trey Rick SEAN Valentino
  10. Many thanks Kyra ho2cultcha aghcollect mikelv Lisa vetraio Trey kiwipaul davyd racer Caperkid Bluboi Moonstonelover AnneLanders Budek robin kerry Agram.m Rick SEAN
  11. Many thanks Roycroftbooksfromme Elesgirl Agram.m
  12. Many thanks Elesgirl pastaccoutremon valentino
  13. Hi Elesgirl, thanks for your comment, it's great to hear that other people like the same style of jewellery as myself. I hope you managed to get some decent sleep.
  14. Many thanks Elesgirl
  15. Many thanks Efesgirl Agram.m nutsabotas madmax Zowie pastaccoutremon SophieLadyDeParis
  16. Many thanks Agram.m Kyra
  17. Many thanks Agram.m
  18. The necklace and the ring are lovely.
  19. Yes it's very pretty. It's great with the Made In England and his makers mark. One of his earlier pieces. I'm a great admirer of Bernard Instones work, thank you for posting.
  20. I agree with Kyra.
  21. It's very pretty, but in my opinion it's not Bernard Instone. The age is probably about the 1930s.
  22. I'm most interested in your opinion, you could be right, but if I recall most of his later jewellery is completely different. I will defer, and would like to see what other people think, especially J...
  23. These are my Dorrie Nosstier earrings, they are a very similar to the design as Bernard Instone 1930s. I would ...
  24. Good Question,pastaccoutremon, if you look at most of Bernard Instones, work his clips on Earrings tend to be 1920-30s. I can only say in my opinion this is his earlier work. I would be really intere...
  25. Well I shall take that has a complement. :-))))
  26. nutsabotas, I'm over the moon that you think my presentation is good. To be honest I was never good in school, I was never there. But I certainly made sure my kids went to school. To me education is ...
  27. Well thank you for looking my things and thinking they look good, I'm most grateful. :-))))))
  28. Hola mi Amiga. How are you, it's been a long time since I've heard from you. I hope all is well.
  29. This is really lovely.
  31. Thanks Jewels1900, I did have a look at the Powerhouse Museum, I shall go back and see if there is anything of interest.
  32. Thank you Kyra, I shall remember this.
  33. I now have a brooch, earrings and a bracelet. I'll keep my eyes out for more. I love the way she uses different stones, shape of the stones, her settings and fantastic use of colour.
  34. Hi Kyra, out of curiosity what does Circle of 'mean?
  35. Thank you Jewels1900 yet again for your information. I have to say I still love this brooch whether it isn't Rhoda Wager, What does it for me is the Opal. Do you know any of Australian School makers, ...
  36. Many thanks AnneLanders and Kerry for your comments and contribution to this post. :-)
  37. Hi Jewels1900 I'm here again. Am I right in thinking that you think this was the Rhoda Wager School that made this brooch?
  38. Another thing Jewels1900 would the brooch have made in the 1930s I'm just curious now?
  39. No Jewels1900, it was sold to me as Rhoda Wager, but I've no problem with it, it's a truly lovely brooch. Even if it Australian School, that's pretty good, isn't it?
  40. Hi Jewels1900, thanks for passing by and being the barer of good news and bad news lol. I can live with Australian School, it really is a very pretty well constructed brooch. But what is more excit...
  41. Thanks for your great information. I had a feeling your necklace was Dorrie Nossiter.
  42. Lol you've already done it.
  43. Yes its come up with the link. Good luck.
  44. I did copy this to my email address and it was fine fingers crossed.
  45. I'm really having no luck the page as come up with the page has been removed, whoops, sorry.
  46. Well I really hope this helps, good luck
  47. Hi the above link is the wrong link could you delete please
  48. The London Mark is a Lions head
  49. To me there a figure, could be a animal then JP then ES above M 51 could be a 83
  50. If that is the case EPSN means Electro-Plated nickel silver.
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