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I'm interested in Antique and Vintage Jewellery, and anything collectable, It doesn't always have to be old to be interesting.


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Edwardian Festoon Gem Silver Necklace - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
French Limoges panels - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Kate Eadie Enamel Silver Brooch - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
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Sea Mist in Andalusia Southern Spain. - Photographsin Photographs
Art and Craft Ring - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Hans Rudi Hofer Ring - Arts and Craftsin Arts and Crafts
Bernard Instone Earrings - Arts and Craftsin Arts and Crafts
Antique Enamel Necklace Grand Tour Memento - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Bernard Instone or Sybil Dunlop Necklace - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry


  1. I think finally after many years I have a name to this necklace Clogau.
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  3. Thank you Pascale, I’ll pass the information onto my friend. I hope your well.
  4. Beautiful
  5. I think it’s a miracle brooch, I’m not a hundred percent, it’s definitely in their style.
  6. Awww sweet little fellow.
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  9. Lovely find Elisabethan, pretty Ikora beads.
  10. Interesting article about Bressen jewellery.
  11. Yes I agree with Jewels1900. I wondering if I should turn them into earrings they would look very pretty. Thanks for your comment:-))
  12. I’ve added a 4th photo which shows earrings with a similar pattern to these panels.
  13. Lovely necklace, I don’t think it’s Bernard Instone. A few other names to throw in the pot, Sybil Dunlop, Dorrie Nossiter and Amy Sandheim. I wish you well with your research.
  14. Oops sorry you put that in your title.
  15. Gorgeous, the design I would say is Victorian.
  16. Hi Jewels1900, thank you for your very interesting information. I don’t know why I didn’t pick on Kate Eadie, I have a wonderful necklace on CW of her’s. When you mentioned Kate Eadie I realized strai...
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  18. Many thanks Trey kyra Daisy vintagelamp aura Vynil33rpm AnythingObscure fortapache vetraio blunderbuss Cisum
  19. Thank you Trey.
  20. Many thanks WillyWanka racer Daisy Trey kyra antiquerose vetraio vintagelamp aura AnythingObscuse Watchseacher fortapache Vynil33rpm
  21. Many thanks vintagelamp tharless Daisy blunderbuss valentino fortapache Mrstyndall vetraio Vynil33rpm Cisum
  22. Thank you Jewels1900 for solving this mystery. I’m pleased has punch that it’s Kate Eadie.
  23. Thanks Jewels1900, that’s great news. Thanks for pointing it out to me, I see now its Kate Eadie ????
  24. Hi Pascale, yep Jessie King I was thinking, your reading my mind. I did look online and didn’t see any Oak leaves unfortunately. Another name that comes to mind, Mary Thew, I’m not sure if she did en...
  25. Thank you for your comment Mrstyndall.
  26. Your welcome.
  27. This is the same design.
  28. This a Norman Grant brooch, I’ve put a link above.
  29. St Bernard’s are lovely dogs, I’ve had three of them.
  30. Thank you Pascale, I’ve only got one complaint at moment the weather is very warm and humid, three weekends ago the temperature hit 45, roll on September. I hope you and your family are well.
  31. I’m afraid so antiquerose, it’s the only noise around here, it leaves you with a ringing sound in your hears, the bells ????. Thank you for your comment.
  32. Thank you vintagelamp.
  33. Many thanks Cisum blunderbuss vetraio fortapache AnythingObscure
  34. Thank you Manikin and Newfld, yes it is a peaceful place, sometimes to peaceful but I wouldn’t swap it.
  35. A new photo of the same pendant with Pearl instead of Amethyst. I’m finally convinced my pendant is Edgar Simpson, it’s taken along time, I got there in the end.
  37. No it's not from the Olympics, it's the Isle of Man.
  38. Thank you for your comment Mary, I have to agree with you on the 2 metal pieces they might have been put there because of the curve on the mount.
  39. A nice pendant locket, I think it is Victorian the metal could be silver gilt.
  40. Hi AnythingObscure, I’m really not sure what this was originally, I haven’t seen a brooch like this by Bernard Instone. I agree with you if you can give a new least of life why not. I might change th...
  41. Looking at the back of the mount, I would think it was originally a brooch.
  42. Hi Paul, thank you for your links they are very interesting. I didn’t know anything of his back ground, it must have been very tough for him being a German Jew in Nazi Germany. I see he survived and t...
  43. Thank you rhineisfine, I really appreciate your comment.
  44. Here are some new photos which show the ring clearly. I'm still not sure about the adaption.
  45. Many thanks fortapache Scott Newfld vetraio rhineisfine kwqd mikelv
  46. Hi rhineisfine, has you may know I am a collector of Bernard Instone. I agree with you that in some cases especially if there as been some damage you can adapt pieces. I’m not sure if I like the ad...
  47. Many thanks Scott Vynil33rpm mikelv aura Watchseacher dav2no1 AnythingObscure kwqd fortapache Newfld FreshAir vetraio MarmorealMaiden racer kyra
  48. Lovely pendant, the enamel is gorgeous. I have looked at Nelson and Edith Dawson and Ernestine Mill pieces, I'm not sure if it's either of their work. The Dawson's seem to have used enamelled flower...
  49. Hi Gillian, yes it would have been great if he would have had some information about Hans Rudi Hofer, I did ask him. Really appreciate your comment
  50. Hi Kevin, thank you for your comment.
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