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Sometimes facetious ;-) Compulsive antique jewellery collector since my 18th, crazy about precious insect bug pins, I'm a 57 years old french woman. Collect mourniSometimes facetious ;-) Compulsive antique jewellery collector since my 18th, crazy about precious insect bug pins, I'm a 57 years old french woman. Collect mourning hair items, tie and hat pins, jadeite jewels and more... (Read more)

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Tiny Arts and Crafts moonstone enamel brooch. Liberty? - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Cameo brooch, green agate! - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Bought as crystal!!! No Marks... - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
My first huge lava cameo brooch. - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Chinese antique kingfisher feathers work. - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
MOLDED RESIN vintage "netzuke" ! - Asianin Asian
Ivory netsuke. - Asianin Asian
Ivory netzuke. - Asianin Asian
The mysterious maker's lizards hoard! - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Same unknown maker, 2 paste and silver lizards. - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry

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  1. It is very graceful :-)
  2. T.A. Is right :-) Google images for opium weights to see more!
  3. Made by Atelier Le Tallec, date code unknown, painter's initials GM. https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marques_Le_Tallec https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camille_Le_Tallec
  4. Fixed on a long stick, used To put hangers with clothes in high pole in closet. Not sure, but furiously look alike ;-)
  5. So pretty too! The center is a foil glass peacock eye :-)
  6. Kath, you seem to have the eye for nice art :-) And at bargain price!
  7. Hi Kath! It looks regal :-) Thanks for your support along my wandering through CW, you're an angel!
  8. Mmmmm... I'm with Jewels on this for the sudden appear of lots of a rare design. For the last earrings, the seller began recently to UP CYCLE OLD BITS and add new baroque chinese freshwater pearls t...
  9. The eagle's head is in no way Georgian...
  10. They are lovely! The double ring tells A&C, other more specialized specialist may tell :-)
  11. Stone on the ring is probably a "blue John".
  12. Peasejean will love it too ;-))
  13. Peasejean will confirm (or not!) Bernard Instone :-) Can't see well what is inscribed on the tiny plaque in pic#2... BI?
  14. Agram, first, thank you so much for your nice comment on the coral/kingfisher combo! Then, second, thank you too for your kind comment on my knowledge! ;-)) I answered on your posts :-)
  15. Striking set!
  16. Wow, LOVE the cobalt blue with diamonds! The mark on pic #3 is the middle part of the eagle's head! As striken on the round needle, not a flat area, it is not totally impressed and shows only ...
  17. Hi Agram, Breveté SGDG means "patented, without government warranty". This was introduced by a law promulgated in 1844, but was used (stamped) by 1860 This mention stopped in 1968. I think your b...
  18. Thank you both for giving the ref of the listings :-) It is rather strange that 3 of so similar designs appears in such short time... All with modern chains... Clares described her's as Arts an...
  19. Are you in lack of loves Trey? ;-)
  20. Ha! I saw it too, but didn't know her :-) What about this one: http://www.ebay.fr/itm/141750437162?clk_rvr_id=892675117644&rmvSB=true
  21. And... HAPPY 100th, PCC!
  22. Amazing what people can trash... Your find is beautiful and I thinks these lines are timeless :-) Welcome to CW!
  23. Wow, that is Art!
  24. Absolutely beautiful!
  25. There too: https://theatticbirds.wordpress.com/2014/10/29/mid-week-quickie-coach-covers-mf-fall-14/
  26. So scarce find! They are Victorian Era, and were to be worn during travel or on way to Opéra or parties. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/2001.234a-d
  27. Beautiful stick pin! The oval shape is very classy :-) From the pics, the stone seems to have swirls in it, so I think it is glass (rather Czech than Peking glass, which shows dots), made to simul...
  28. Ha! That's a low rider ;-) real degign of it's era!
  29. Neat beauty and in perfect condition! Bravo Kevin :-)
  30. I don't know if it is old, you say they have lots... But 7.49$ seems fair :-) http://www.leboncoin.fr/collection/820108283.htm
  31. Non, non GeodeJem! Présentoir à sucettes! Well known in France :-)
  32. Far too small for the use you may think about, Bb2! ;-))
  33. Beautiful as a stormy cloud :-) I love your photo too!!!
  34. Hi PCC! Your bust is a display/advertizing piece. Pierrot gourmand is a French lollipops brand :) The bust is the display for them! https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTE__2K...
  35. More similars if you google images for "fuseau de dentelliere", as it seems that French ones are differents from US or British!
  36. Hi, welcome to CW :-) It is a lace bobin! http://themeaningsofthings.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/weaving_lace_maker.jpg
  37. EEEEEKKKK!!!! I would collapse, LOL!
  38. This is not "Spirit of ecstasy", the Rolls emblem... https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The-spirit-of-Ecstasy--Flying-Lady.jpg
  39. Thank you Betty :-)
  40. Woooh! They are superb! Such beauties were destroyed to re-use the diamonds in new fashion mounts... Hope you can find a jeweller who has OMC in stock. As often cushion shape, they are very difficu...
  41. Thanks for your thanks ;-) Would love to see your rescued earrings!
  42. The setting is called millegrain :-)
  43. No Lee, it is not in Nouveau style... Garland style is French for Edwardian (we don't use terms related to British royalty in France, lol).
  44. Ravishing! I think it is rather platinum than silver, and dating around 1910, garland style :-)
  45. Hi Efe! You got a vintage Tibetan snuff bottle :-) Nice to have it with a necklace! http://www.addoway.com/viewad/Vintage-Silver-Tibetan-Snuff-Bottle-Perfume-Bottle-Rare-1351300
  46. You're very welcome Alan! Nice find!
  47. Yes! http://www.sellingantiques.co.uk/94286/victorian-mahogany-brass-coal-box/
  48. Victorian coal bucket/holder?
  49. Hi BelleEpoque! Indeed you did! In First :-) It is really a charming brooch, thank you so much for your contribution :-D
  50. Hi Jean, "circle of" means, in seller's opinion, a work by an unidentified artist working in the artist’s style and during the period of the artist’s life. The very codified terms used in art selli...
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Loetz sweet dish with lid awaji vase I can't believe I did this !  : (( EGYPTIAN TEAR VIAL OR VASE  FOR MOURNING PHARAOH,THEN BURIED IN TOMB WITH HIM My lil treasure Bossons Wall Art Repair or Fun With A Mr. Sharpie Vintage Jadeite Necklace? ancienne epingle à chapeau en ivoire - antique ivory hat pin Can't find anything about this!

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