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Efesgirl

Sweikhuizen Netherlands

efesgirl@gmail.com >I'm a jewelry junkie who also loves old and unusual ceramics and trinkets. I have two dogs and two cats. Jewelry is my main interest, but also efesgirl@gmail.com >I'm a jewelry junkie who also loves old and unusual ceramics and trinkets. I have two dogs and two cats. Jewelry is my main interest, but also like certain kinds of ceramics and glass. Vintage Barbies are also of interest to me. (Read more)

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Red Copper, Gilt & Enamel Swallow Brooch with replacement clasp 50 Cents - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
"ALIENS",  anybody?? :-))))) - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Silver Cuff Bracelet with old Dutch Silver Import Mark - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Jewelry Casket Made in Japan Thrift Shop Find - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
35 Cents - Flea Market Find  - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Bat Ami Tel Aviv Electroform Silver Bangle - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Russian Silver Ring - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
925 Silver Modernist Perfume Pendant - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
1901 Book on Palm Reading, Flea Market Find 3 Euro - Booksin Books
18K/750 Italian Gold Rope Necklace, Thrift Shop Find, For One Euro - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry

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  1. Hi all! Been fine, just off doing other things. Scouring the flea markets and thrift shops for things overlooked by others in their hurry to find something "great". I did find another ring just like ...
  2. LOL I see you already know who it is...time for coffee!! :-))))
  3. Don Quixote
  4. We still need to see what the reverse side looks like - you can edit your post and add another photo.
  5. Hi All! I'm baaaaaaack.....
  6. freiheit - oh loads more fun! I dragged those necklaces around for two years at the markets trying to get rid of them. A woman who sold at the same summer market as me was complaining she was getting ...
  7. That's a great find, indeed!
  8. Vaga International was based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. That's about 2 hours from my house. It's possible that the pottery was received as a blank from Italy and decorated at Vaga. Unfortunately, ...
  9. Well, that's different. Is part of it Lucite?
  10. @racer - my friend gets all sorts of interesting items in her shop. Only the really great stuff gets saved from the melting pot.
  11. Gorgeous color! Congrats on your find. :-)))
  12. Many of these sorts of toys are imported from Asia. Most likely Rabbit fur.
  13. Points for finding an unusual pair of earrings! Metal looks like gold over silver in the photos.
  14. Really pretty! It's wonder these sorts of glass items manage to survive intact.
  15. How cute is that!
  16. A simple Google search of TM & MGA gave me this link: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20060331005227/en/MGA-Entertainment-Introduces-SODA-POP-GIRLS-TM
  17. @Toyrebel: LMAO
  18. https://www.houzz.com/product/8456999-fruit-bowl-fruit-on-wheels-by-arnout-visser-contemporary-fruit-bowls-and-baskets
  19. Mystery solved!!
  20. Oh Johnsmith, you are clever fellow!! I was looking on the name printed on the bowl for info....explains why I didn't find anything!
  21. LMAO @Pascale!!
  22. @lizzycbw - yes, glass.
  23. You can upload a free magnifier to your smartphone which will help you to make better close ups. The mark looks like a running man.
  24. @lugnuts - thanks much, but I know all about numerical gold marks and what they mean in regard to metal purity. Waarborg is the Dutch Assay Office. I might just have to email Waarborg to see if ther...
  25. lizzycbw - it's VERY annoying!! Have not found it anywhere yet....boooooo....
  26. I posted one two months ago which is very similar to yours, but with a bronze Lion's head.
  27. Hey Hippie Guy! That is a great belt.
  28. @racer - LOLOL!!! I was really surprised that they missed the marks. I picked it out because of the construction but had no intention of examining it in front of Andrea, the shop owner. I just put it ...
  29. Hey val - yes, this one is a keeper because the design is out of the ordinary.
  30. When costume jewelry still had class.
  31. LMAO @ BB2~!!
  32. @Collectables59 - you're not kidding. Many of them seem to think they are selling antiques and put on stupid prices. Some of the items which ARE valuable also have stupid prices - but TINY ones. Fine ...
  33. Some find! (junk jewelry, indeed, LOL...!) Fab.
  34. Good find, Alan!
  35. Have not seen one like it before - nice!
  36. Sweetie!!
  37. You are finding some great stuff!
  38. I didn't even notice - still adorable!
  39. Tigra - I know it's the D & E choice, but it can only be D or E....
  40. LMAO Pascale!! I had no idea Trifari made such gigantic earrings!
  41. I'm going to file that mark away in my Memory Cage for future reference.
  42. I'm with you...that is super!
  43. val - they are HUGE. In the seller photos these earrings appeared to be a normal size. Measure 2 1/2 inches across.
  44. We need to see better photos that those - much too dark and not in focus. Also need to see the reverse side. Any marks on it anywhere? Take your photos outside or inside in natural daylight.
  45. Hey Bill, thanks for the info/links!
  46. https://www.usacoinbook.com/coins/1737/dimes/roosevelt/2006-P/
  47. Sorry but members here do not offer free valuations on items. There is a paid appraisal service here.
  48. Very pretty! Can you add a photo of the reverse side, please?
  49. Oh my, will you look at that!! Fab!
  50. That is a beauty, Alan!
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