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Posted 5 years ago


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Hello! One time I bought at auction about 165 grams of sterling jewelry. It came also with a bag of costume jewelry with beads and other rock things, I saw Agram.m amethyst necklace and think this may be one on my first lamp, it has sterling clasp and short chain on back of necklace. As for other stones and things, I do not have a clue. the Hair mantillas I posted before after buying at Thrift store. This is one of my few craft projects! Two of my friends saw these and got a good laugh, they are in my bedroom and I think they look pretty at night! Any information on kind of rocks these are appreciated! Thanks for looking! Artist and lamp maker toracat! haha

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  1. Newtimes Newtimes, 5 years ago
    On the second picture: the green stones: aventurine, the red ones carnelean, the wite- rose ones: rock crystal if clear, rose quarts if more rose. I see a blackish stone too if I'm not wrong? Could be onyx, pyrite or maybe tigers eye or cats eye if there is some color in it. I think all your stones are members of the quarts family. The big carved blue stone in the 'amulet', I dont know. It s all very hard to tell from your pictures
  2. toracat toracat, 5 years ago
    Thank you very much for the information! I will copy and look up! I am interested now in these stones! Again thanks Newtimes!
  3. Newtimes Newtimes, 5 years ago
    My pleasure, good luck with looking up the stones. Its always interesting to find out more about your own jewelry.

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