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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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Bernard Instone? Citrine and Silver Pendant. - Arts and Craftsin Arts and Crafts
Bernard Instone Multi- Stone Giardinetto Brooch - Arts and Craftsin Arts and Crafts
Dorrie Nossiter Necklace and Earrings - Art Decoin Art Deco
Dorrie Nossiter Earrings - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Dorrie Nossiter Necklace - Art Decoin Art Deco
Zoltan White Large Ring - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Antique Austro - Hungarian Bracelet. - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Art and Craft Silver Brooch - Arts and Craftsin Arts and Crafts
Amy Sandheim Silver Spoon - Sterling Silverin Sterling Silver
Louis Kuppenheim Silver, Ruby Cigarette Case - Tobaccianain Tobacciana


  1. Oh how sad, kyra, I feel your pain, she looked a beautiful dog, I can't say anything else I feel heartbroken for you. Sending you my love. Xxxxxx
  2. Your snuff bottles are extremely beautiful, thank you for posting
  3. Ohhh, that sounds very serious Scott, so very glad your well again :-)
  4. Ohhh, they are all very sweet, I love bunnies.
  5. Love the bunny, nice to see you back Scott.
  6. Hummm that sounds interesting?
  7. If you remember Jewels1900, I have a similar pink glass pendant, that also has the acorns design. Hummm if only they would have marked their stuff.
  8. I showed this brooch to my daughter, she wasn't impressed at all, she thought it was horrible, just goes to show that we all have different tastes. It certainly won't be passed on to her lol.
  9. Hi Jewels1900, I'm glad you think the same, can I ask you why you think it's him?
  10. Thank you Bonnie, NevadaBlades, Scott and Kyra for your comments, this is indeed a great necklace and it's just the right size to not be OTT.
  11. Thank you Karen, yes it certainly is a different piece from the other work I have of his, but that's why he is so fascinating, you never know what's going to come up next. :-)
  12. Hi Celiene, I think your right that the missing piece could be a insect of some kind, probably be a bee. I have looking up giardinetto brooch, there are some lovely ones out there. Thank you yet again...
  13. I love these Paul.
  14. You have that right Efesgirl, this is the same brooch. :-)
  15. That could well be it Celiene, it would make sense. Thanks for your help. :-)
  16. Many thanks vetraio kyra Vintageforever TassieDevil Efesgirl racer mikelv NevadaBlades melaniej Caperkid Elisabethan BellaEpoque martika
  17. Oh dear I missed out have to say on my last comment, lol.
  18. Oh my that's a interesting question, TassieDevil. In my personal opinion I would say their is a overlap. The likes of Dorrie Nossiter, Sybil Dunlop, Bernard Instone etc, were making their designs In t...
  19. Many thanks Caperkid aura Celiene vetraio kyra Vintageforever TassieDevil Efesgirl racer mikelv NevadaBlades Newtimes
  20. Many thanks Eyesareblue Nicefice aura Celiene vetraio kyra Vintageforever TassieDevil racer Efesgirl mikelv NevadaBlades melaniej
  21. Many thanks martika Efesgirl NevadaBlades glassiegirl ho2cultcha aura Gillian kyra Manikin vetraio mikelv Nicefice racer Vintageforever TassieDevil melaniej Vladimir valent...
  22. Many thanks MyFavoriteTreasures
  23. Many thanks Vladimir Vintageforever Elizabethan
  24. Awww, your so very kind Elisabethan, I appreciate your comment
  25. Many thanks Elisabethan
  26. Many thanks racer SEAN aura Elizabethan
  27. Many thanks Toni
  28. Many thanks Racer Windwalker
  29. I'll pop in and have a look on this Facebook page. Yet again thank you for your help
  30. Many thanks SEAN NevadaBlades Fees girl martika lentilka nutsabotas glassiegirl ho2cultcha aura kyra brunswick Midnight vetraio mikelv Nicefice Vintageforever melaniej Ph...
  31. Thank you NevadaBlade, I'm glad you like them :-)
  32. Hi Karen, thanks for your comment, they remind me of a fruit salad, with all the different colours, lol.
  33. Hi Karen, she does have a very distinctive style, even though people do mix up her work with Sybil Dunlop. It would be great to add to this, with a ring and bracelet, I shall keep my nose to the groun...
  34. Hi TassieDevil, I'm glad you like them, I really love her work.
  35. Hi Gillian, I've just reread your comment, yes it's a recent purchase.
  36. Hi Gillian, these earrings I bought from EBay, I followed them for 9 days. On Pinterest these earrings are there, luckily I didn't pay anywhere near that price. I'm trying to keep to certain designers...
  37. Hi Gillian, I have a very wonderful person who sells excellent pieces of jewellery. He knows I'm a great Bernard Instone fan, he also knows I'm very interested in Dorrie Nossiter so I'm very lucky to...
  38. Aww Elisabethan, it's lovely to see you, and thanks for leaving you great comment.
  39. Hi TassieDevil, thank you for your great comment. I see you have been posting some gorgeous pieces of jewellery.
  40. Thank you VintageForever, for passing by and leaving you lovely comment.
  41. Hi Karen, it's a cross between eBay and I have a lovely man who sells wondering jewellery, he knows I'm passionate about Bernard Instone, if there are any pieces that comes up of Mr Instones he usuall...
  42. Thanks Bonnie. :-)
  43. Hi Jewels1900, I don't think these stones are a low grade emerald, I've tried the stones on my diamond selector and they register at 7 which means it is a stone of some kind but not a emerald that reg...
  44. It could be a rose coloured gold.
  45. Hi I think your ring is Victorian, it's a very pretty ring?
  46. Whoops, please don't slap me, it was NevadaBlades who brought it up, lol.
  47. I agree Bonnie, it has history, which makes it interesting. I always wonder whether any of my pieces have had a front room seat, when some historic event as happened, that would be something, unfortun...
  48. I was only joking Bonnie, lol.
  49. Hi Paul, if you scroll down the above link, there is a Amethyst necklace very similar to yours.
  50. NevadaBlades, you are probably right about swaggering down the road, with a swag necklace, that may be were it got its name from, you never know.
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Victorian Brooch