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Harlequin necklace, 1920/1930s Czechoslovakia - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Czech 1920/1930s glass beads necklace - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Amazing unmarked treasure - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Vintage wooden beads necklace? - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Interesting plastic beads - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
 Antique guilloche cigarette holder - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
Danish Skonvirke Silver Brooch, Bernhard Hertz - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Antique Etruscan Ball Orb  bracelet - Victorian? - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Large  anchor pendant  - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Carved bakelite rose pin - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry


  1. Ms.CrystalShip, yep, the beads are a beauty!
  2. Ms.CrystalShip, thank you, agree!
  3. valentino97, no, this is a new buy
  4. so pretty, awesome that it still contains family photos!
  5. Thank you :)
  6. Thank you Elisabethan!
  7. Thank you ! I like it as well.
  8. fhrjr2, agree..
  9. Ms.CrystalShip, thank you a lot! Glad you like it!!
  10. Thank you for your love, Newfld manikin, plein-air-painter ! Newfld, I did not notice it could be tiger lily, but looks like one!!
  11. shareurpassion thank you
  12. Valentino97 thank you! The thread is just plastic string
  13. love the design!
  14. thank you
  15. AnythingObscure, I am not sure someone went as far - maybe in USA but here in Slovakia most people never heard of bakelite and I suspect no-one would bother to clean a string of old plastic beads so ...
  16. shareurpassion, thank you so much!
  17. AnythingObscure, thanks for the idea... do you think such a thing can happen?
  18. very interesting!
  19. shareurpassion, thank you a lot, will check right away!
  20. Thank you, Ms.CrystalShip!
  21. Thank you, shareurpassion!
  22. Thank you Mrstyndall!
  23. Thanks Ms.CrystalShip! I agree, love the beads!
  24. beautiful
  25. Thank you LaurenRedmond, I agree!
  26. Thank you PhilDMorris!
  27. Thank you a lot for your info and love, Watchsearcher, Newfld, valentino97!
  28. old plastic = instant love! :D
  29. Nice and clean, I like it as well!
  30. maybe this link will help https://sk.pinterest.com/AsiaBint/1950s-selro-selini-har-other-face-jewelry/
  31. Beautiful, thank you for sharing!
  32. love it!
  33. so pretty!
  34. love it!
  35. enjoyed... beautiful
  36. It is possible. Thank you for your info!!
  37. :D clockerman :DDD Thank you for your love!
  38. Glad you like it, valentino97!
  39. Thank you, valentino97! I knew you will like it. Your pins are very pretty and sweet, especially the mushroom one! Its unusual that they are painted.
  40. Thank you for your love, Ms.CrystalShip!
  41. Newfld, thank you!! Glad you like it!!
  42. Ms.CrystalShip, thank you for your love! This is not bakelite. It is some kind of light newer plastic I know nothing about.
  43. Thank you for your love!!
  44. Agree! This was even sold for a low price as a plastic... well plastic it is, only a natural one :D
  45. Thank you - glad you like it! I agree - carved bakelite is amazing.
  46. beautiful
  47. or google Chanel 1930s camellia jewelry - maybe this piece was Chanel - inspired at least and agree, looks to be poured glass or "gripoix"
  48. agree - is this really costume??
  49. Ok, I have no experience with vintage Chanel, but it reminds me on this: https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwifqIfShMXfAhUQJlAKHf7IAkkQjRx6BAgB...
  50. Thank you valentino97! I did a quick smell test right now. No I dont think it is bakelite. The smell is different. Also, lot of pores visible under the loupe - they all face the same direction. Maybe ...
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