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KarenLR71's loves5 of 176Bernard Instone Enamel Silver BroochAntique natural seed pearls filigree flowers trembler hair ornament.
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    Posted 2 years ago

    Peasejean55
    (474 items)

    These are a collection of Bernard Instone enamel rings. As I have said before I'm gradually trying to get sets of his items together. I'm founding it hard going as I have quite a lot of his enamel jewellery with all different colours. These three rings, are a small collection which I'm now adding to, I shall be posting other items which match these rings in future postings.

    As you can see these rings have a floral theme with lots of different colours of enamel. They were probably made between the 1920s-30s, unfortunately none of the rings have his maker mark.

    Many thanks for looking

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    1. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 2 years ago
      Beautiful. I am very hard on jewelry, so enameled pieces would not last too long on me.
    2. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 2 years ago
      Lol Bonnie, I think they have stood the test of time. I must admit these three rings are in excellant condition, I've no idea how strong the enamel is on his pieces but I would imagine they would be pretty tough. Thanks again Bonnie for passing by, your always welcome.
    3. TassieDevil TassieDevil, 2 years ago
      Oh, I would wear all of these Jean, just love them!
    4. KarenLR71, 2 years ago
      Jean, they are lovely and in excellent condition! Thanks for sharing them.
    5. racer4four racer4four, 2 years ago
      Beautiful Instone enamels Jean. The last one is interesting because I haven't seen him use just the one range of colour before. The other two with the pastels are more like what I know. Of course, I know little! Gorgeous, and I hope the sets get together well!
    6. kyratango kyratango, 2 years ago
      Jean! Gorgeous ring group! I'd wear them, thise colored flowers are so joyful :-)
      Kudos for your growing Instone collection!
    7. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 2 years ago
      Hi Judy, thanks for your comment.
    8. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 2 years ago
      Hi KarenLR, yes they are in lovely condition, to be honest I have loads of these enamel pieces, I need to put the collections together sigh.
    9. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 2 years ago
      Hi Karen, I do have some earrings that match the blue ring, but yes usually his Enamel work was very bright with pastel colours. As I said in my comment above I need to have some time to match up the sets, which I shall to when I'm in the mood, lol. Thanks for your comment.
    10. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 2 years ago
      Awww kyra, my collection is becoming increasingly large, I have most in trays but I do have others which I need to find room for. I'm making a effort to stick to art and craft jewellery, recently picking are very rarely coming along :-(
    11. pebble pebble, 2 years ago
      All so, so pretty!
    12. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 2 years ago
      Thank you pebble :-)))
    13. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 2 years ago
      Many thanks

      Efesgirl
      Mrstyndall
      aura
      vetraio
      TassieDevil
      KarenLR71
      fortapache
      Hel1
      mikelv
      racer
      kyra
      jscott
      pebble
      Jlmam
      Enameled_Beetle
      SEAN
      valentino
    14. bonnieconnie, 1 year ago
      I'm glad I stumbled across your pictures. I was trying to find out if my ring, bought in a charity shop for £5, was really 1930s or if it was a reproduction! I bought it because it was pretty and it has sat in my jewellery box for 2 years. I had no idea it was collectible or that it was silver. It's like your ring in the third picture and has SILVER BI inside the band, only visible from one direction with a magnifying glass. Is BI what you call a makers mark?
    15. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 12 months ago
      Hi Bonnieconnie, I’m so sorry I’ve just seen your comment. You did very well buying the ring for 5 pounds, the B.I is the makers mark for Bernard Instone your lucky the ring is marked as a lot of jewellery of his is usually not mark. Yet again I’m sorry for the late reply.

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