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    Posted 5 years ago

    StacyEW
    (180 items)

    I have a sail boat pin with an anchor, a locket stick pin with pearls, a watch on a chain, a chained charm that looks like a jug, a hat pin of an elephant head with two horse shoes, and an earring necklace set.

    The sail boat has some sort of symbol on the back side - is this a makers marks &/or can anyone tell me who made this?

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    Bee Vintage Gold Pin Brooch D-4520
    Bee Vintage Gold Pin Brooch D-4520...
    $10
    Mega Large White Faux Pearl Dangle Clip On Earrings Vintage 1980s 2 1/2"
    Mega Large White Faux Pearl Dangle ...
    $15
    VINTAGE JOAN RIVERS LIGHT PINK BABY HEART PASTEL FLOWERS BEAD CHARM PENDANT J52
    VINTAGE JOAN RIVERS LIGHT PINK BABY...
    $7
    I Am Edgar Berebi. 1  Of  My Angels Of Love  All In A row  Brooch Pin .
    I Am Edgar Berebi. 1 Of My Angels...
    $34
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    Bee Vintage Gold Pin Brooch D-4520
    Bee Vintage Gold Pin Brooch D-4520...
    $10
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    Comments

    1. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 5 years ago
      This jewelry could be anywhere from the 1970s up to the 1990s or later. Not possible to accurately identify unmarked costume jewelry. Unmarked costume jewelry usually originates from somewhere in Asia.
    2. StacyEW StacyEW, 5 years ago
      Thanks for the information. You are the best Efesgirl!
    3. lentilka11, 5 years ago
      I like the ship!
    4. StacyEW StacyEW, 5 years ago
      The sail boat has some sort of symbol on the back side - is this a makers marks &/or can anyone tell me who made this?

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