Posted 5 months ago
This is a mix of jewelry pieces, I want to keep, but is not highly valued.
You will see a single carved drop pendant, in antique ivory, that was an earring in it's previous life, but acquired on it's on at an estate auction with other antique pieces. The bracelet is one of those recent vintage Thailand 'jade' green stone link, with faceted oval peridot in between. Upon delivery one of the stones had become detached from the sterling silver setting, it was glued together, so that explains the low value, and the replacement of a curved silver spacer.
The two pair of earrings are from a local jewelry artisan made 10 years ago, who prefers genuine stones and sterling silver findings, a pair of dyed yellow pearl crescent drops, with yellow quartz 'jade' roundel beads. The other pair are made with chips of purple amethyst and citrine quartz stones. Last is the agate stone pendant, another estate jewelry item.