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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Victorian Gold Diamond Bangle - Victorian Erain Victorian Era
Bernard Instone Silver and Opal Ring - Art Decoin Art Deco
Bernard Instone Silver Moonstone Paste Brooch - Art Decoin Art Deco
Bernard Instone Silver Christening set - Sterling Silverin Sterling Silver
Amy Sandheim Silver Caddy Spoon - Sterling Silverin Sterling Silver
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Amy Sandheim Silver Fork - Art Decoin Art Deco


  1. Oh well it was just a thought. Did you get anything on the German silver forum? I'm presuming no, but just asking anyway.
  2. I was thinking could the urn mark be a crown. With the Murrle Bennett German connections I was wondering could the crown stands for where the piece was made. Just a throught, I don't know if this as ...
  3. Hi Paul, I did have feeling the opal was from Cooper Pedy. My Bernard Instone collection is growing rapidly lol. Thanks for the information Paul.
  4. Thank you Rick :-)))
  5. Thank you Judy, I'm still trying to find out more information.
  6. That's good lol, I still have many items to put on Judy.
  7. Hi Scott, thank you for your comment:-))
  8. I really appreciate the visit bijoucaillouvintage and thank you so much for your comment.
  9. Hi Judy, I also agree with you on the opal, I'm waiting for Paul to have a look. Thanks for your comment.
  10. Hi Scott, thank you for your comment, I'm very partial to Victorian jewellery.
  11. I'm back to posting my Bernard Instone jewellery Judy so I hope you don't get to tired of him lol. I really appreciate your comment and visit :-))
  12. Thank you Judy, as always it's always lovely to see you.
  13. Hi Bonnie, yes it's a puzzle lol, I'm leaving it for now, I'll resume searching tomorrow maybe ; -))
  14. Oh wow that's terrific information kyra, it didn't even entre my head but yes the shape is definitely in the shape of a tiara. I do have to put the bangle upside down in the box as the flower motif is...
  15. The kyra test, rub your teeth against the pearls if they feel gritty than you may have some pearls, if smooth than definitely no. Good luck.
  16. Yes she definitely has character, and yes she's found a nice new home.
  17. Oh wow, wonderful colours.
  18. The enamel butterfly looks to be Chinese, a very pretty perfume bottle.
  19. Sorry just reread my comments the phi sigma sigma was founded in 1913.
  20. I'm getting a little confused, looking at the link above there is a Louise Marie Davis who was a founder member of sigma sigma sigma, this movement started in 1898. ...
  21. Thank you Karen, I know your a great admirer of his. I'm still trying to pick up his work, I must be up in the hundreds now.
  22. It came in that box so it could be original to the bangle, which is a added plus, it's always nice to display these wonderful old pieces in a wonderful old box. Thanks nutsabotas, it's great to see you.
  23. Thank you Karen, I'm hoping Paul will pass by and give his verdict, I have a feeling the opal is from Cooper Pedy.
  24. I suppose this bangle could have been part of this organization, to honest I've never heard of them. Plus their symbol was the Sphinx.
  25. So very true Bonnie, that's why I love his jewellery and not forgetting his spoons, brushes etc etc. I'm always finding something new that he as made. I've just recently found a silver compact which I...
  26. Thank you nutsabotas, I appreciate your comment :-)))
  27. Oh thank you so much nutsabotas, I'm glad you like this brooch.
  28. Bernard Instone I suppose did his own thing Bonnie. For instance he wasn't the slightest bit interested in convention, he did his own thing, went his own way.
  29. Well Bonnie it's taken me forever, interesting link, thanks. It has everything from obituaries, arrests etc. 1899 was a little bit earlier than I expected, especially with the starting of the the Si...
  30. Yes thanks Bonnie I did come across this when I was doing my searches. I shall see if M. F Davis had any connection to them. Thanks yet again :-)))
  32. Hi Bonnie this is a listing of 3 brooches which are Bernard Instone. If you look a the top brooch it also a tube hinge.
  33. Aww, thank you Manikin
  34. I must admit that did cross my mind, the hinge does look to be Victorian, I shall go through my numerous brooches. Thanks for your comment Bonnie.
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  50. Hi kyra, beautiful photo of Charlie, what a lovely kitty he was. I also had a beagle called Charlie, I miss him every day, bless them both. Love the beetle. X
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