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Bond Boyd sterling brooch - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Ottaviani necklace - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Silver necklace and bracelet with carnelian stones - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Sphinx victorian revival brooch - flea market find - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Silver ring marked Mexico - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
3 Millefiori pendants  for € 1,00 - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Interesting metal bracelet to commemorate WOII - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Golden Brooch - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Necklace  ivory or bone?? - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Earrings 14k gold - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry


  1. What a beautiful bracelet.
  2. Hi Steptoe1. I paid € 22,00 to the jeweler and bought the ring for € 0,10. I thought it was a bargain.
  3. On the site of Kikizilver there are several miniatures with a base plate like this. They call it "sigaretten dover" (Excuses for the Dutch words, I don't know how to translate it).
  4. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/227152-free-gift-from-the-thrift-shop
  5. Thanks nutsabotas6 and Efesgirl.
  6. My husband bought it at a dutch website: americanbikeshop.nl as a birthday gift for me.
  7. I just love it. Great buy.
  8. Is the mark on the brooch the same as on the silver bangle of Efesgirl? See http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/226328-odd-silver-bangle?in=user
  9. I think it's pressed amber. It floads on salt water.
  10. I was looking for jewelry. Went to 3 "vrijmarkten" in Ede with my son and daughter. (The only day in the year they go along with me). We started at 06.00 and were back home at 14.00.) I didn't feel my...
  11. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/218811-airoldi-set--necklace-and-earrings
  12. Thanks Elisabethan. Your necklace looks a lot like mine. Not the shape of the beads but the color. I cleaned the necklace and tested with simichrome on the beads. No reaction.
  13. Thanks Elisabethan. I have cleaned the necklace and tested with simichrome on the beads but no reaction.
  14. Never seen one of them before. Nice find!
  15. I cleaned the tea strainer and added a photo. Quite a difference. Thanks Efesgirl, vetraio50, SpiritBear and shareurpassion for your advice. Thanks everyone for the love!
  16. Thank you for the love nutsabotas6, aura, vetraio50, kyratango, ho2cultcha and racer4four. Thanks Bonnie, in that shop the employees do not look at jewelry at all. They are only looking for gold.
  17. I cann't read the makers mark on the left, it is out of focus. Beside that mark says Tin with a 4 under it. Tin is the Danish word for pewter.
  18. Thanks Bonnie, quick as allways. I don't know how to recognize celluloid but shall try to find something on the internet.
  19. HH = Herman Hooijkaas from Schoonhoven, The Netherlands. They used this mark from 1943 - 1978.
  20. Can you make a picture of the marks?
  21. No sterling silver or pewter, 90 means silver plated. This is a representation of the "Nachtwacht" (night watch) a famous painting of Rembrandt van Rijn.
  22. AAM in Belgium is the "Archives d'Architecture Moderne" . (The archive of modern architecture). Otherwise I would not know.
  23. Thanks Efesgirl, nutsabotas6 and valentino97 for your kind comments. Thanks everyone for the love.
  24. I love garnets. Very nice collection.
  25. Hi Bonnie, the black pendant is marked ZI. The necklace bottem right is marked with the Dutch sword. The necklace with rubber (left) is marked with a makers mark. There is also a ring with a mak...
  26. It is a short necklace. It's 41 cm and the largest beads are 2 cm.
  27. Thank you all for the love. Thank racer4four for the compliment but I'm just a novice. Collect only for 5 years.
  28. Love your brooches. I bought a bracelet last friday. Apparently it was a Bulatti week last week.
  29. You'll fild the best bargains. She is beautiful.
  30. G 7 S = Gerardus Schoorl.
  31. Lepeltjes is Dutch for teaspoons.
  32. Gelukkig nieuwjaar
  33. What a great find!!!
  34. Thanks Efesgirl, I didn't know that without silversmith marks it cannot be called Native American. I learn a lot here at CW.
  35. Thanks for the love Hunter, valentino97 and Vintagefran.
  36. Thanks Peasejean55 and Gillian.
  37. To be honest, I used google maps to find Sweikhuizen. Never heard of it. It's a long way from Ede (where I live).
  38. Many thanks Efesgirl, davyd286, valentino97 and IVAN49. Nice to know the origin and age of this brooch.
  39. Sorry, I don't know what it is. But I can help you with the text. Probat is the name of a company. They made hot water furnaces and kneading machines for bakeries. 's Heerenberg is the place where ...
  40. Really beautiful, I especially love the ring with amethyst.
  41. I love them all.
  42. Hi Efesgirl, I live in the middle of The Netherlands (Gelderland). This bracelet was found in Apeldoorn.
  43. Thanks for the love Peasejean55, Efesgirl, bijoucaillouvintage, aura, TassieDevil and racer4four
  44. Thanks for the love bijoucaillouvintage, aura, TassieDevil and Efesgirl
  45. Thank you Efesgirl, it must be Unn Tangerud for David Andersen.
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