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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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  1. Thank you sgg1057.
  2. The anchor is a Birmingham hallmark and the X is for the year 1922 an early piece.
  3. This isn’t a turquoise stone, it’s enamel. A lot of his work used this colour enamel with black and gold fleck. Hope that helps
  4. Sorry, I’ll start again. The B.I is the hallmark for Bernard Instone. I have a lot of Bernard Instone work if you go into my postings here on CW, you’ll fine more information.
  5. It’s brooch is Bernard Instone.
  6. Thank you very much Newfld.
  7. Awww, thank you valentino. Don’t know when I’ll see him and sister who’s 2 1/2 in the future.
  8. Many thanks Manikin.
  9. I was with my family in the UK, we had a new addition to the family, my grandson Sebastian. I went back to the UK last March, I was suppose to go back to Spain in April. Unfortunately both countries...
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  12. I’ve seen this necklace being sold has Bernard Instone, personally I don’t think it is his work. It is a very nice art and craft piece.
  13. I think you have a Japanese Shakudo vase.
  14. If you download the app you might find it informative. My pedigree is mainly the British Isles, I have no Iberian blood at all.
  15. Hi mrcolorz, did you do the DNA test on ancestry, if so you can download an app called AncestryDNA, hopefully It will give you some information on that area.
  16. I completely agree with you Jewels1900, I had my doubts about it be Murrle Bennett, there are no markings. The person who was selling was sure it was Murrle Bennett, on the plus side my friend got i...
  17. Hi Jewels1900, yes I’m really please with this pendant, I just love everything about it. Thanks for verifying it is Amy, I’m always on the look out for anything art and crafts they are scares but the...
  18. Hi Jewels1900, sometimes you just get lucky, this was certainly the case with this bracelet. I will try the egg trick. Has always thanks for the comment.
  19. Thank you Mary.
  20. Many thanks katherinescollections :-)))
  21. Sorry for the late reply, I’m down in London with my new grandson. No the 2 were from separate sellers.
  22. Hiya silvermachine, the structure at the back is like scaffolding, I’m always in awe at the neatness of his work at the back, just perfect. Thank you for your comment.
  23. Hi katherinescollections, I’ll update a photo on a plain background. Really appreciate your comment, many thanks.
  24. Hi Mary, I’ve but a link above about Bernard Instone if anybody wants to know more about him. This was been sold on eBay recently I just couldn’t believe my luck. It is a lovely addition to my Instone...
  25. The link if you want to know about Bernard Instone.
  26. Awww, thank you Bonnie.
  27. Many thanks plein-air-painter. :-)))
  28. Thank you Karen, yes it’s beautiful workmanship that only a master can do.
  29. Many thanks Kevin.
  30. Hi katherinescollections, thanks for your help I also think the ginkgo leaves are a match. The stones are a perfect and with the silver work in my opinion it’s a work of art.
  31. Hi Paul, yes it’s a whopper a great size. I saw it on the American ebay, I had to put a bid in, has you know these type of necklaces are very rare and far between. The seller was selling has the wor...
  32. Hi Mary, thanks for your comment. The necklace was made probably around 1920-30s. Amy was working around the time of Sybil Dunlop and Dorrie Nossiter with these three giants their work was misattr...
  33. Thank you Mankin.
  34. Hi Karen, thanks for your comment. I was blown away when I received this necklace, the details definitely has the wow factor.
  35. Many thanks Kevin.
  36. Hi katherinescollections, the lady at the shop said she thought the bottle was earlier 1930s rather than later 1970s. I’m not sure why she said that because the bottles were made with the same mould.
  37. Many thanks katherinescollections, the pendant/necklace is perfect for this time of year with them lovely Autumn colours.
  38. Hi Mary, I’ve put a link above telling you a little about Sybil Dunlop, I hope that helps you to know a little about Sybil Dunlop. Really appreciate your ...
  39. Thank you, Manikin.
  40. Thank you, Bonnie. Its nice to see you.
  41. Awww, thank you Karen
  42. Thank you, Kevin.
  43. Wow Bonnie, nice to see you back. I see you are still on the look out for bargains, and what a bargain these are. Are you still in Europe?
  48. These have a similar look.
  49. Hi Sue, I’m travelling at the moment so haven’t seen your post until now. I think the poppy brooch is probably British because of Poppy Day in the UK and probably Australia, New Zealand and Canad...
  50. I agree with Karen.
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