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Victorian pendant by Gebruder Feix of Albrechtice ? - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Vintage neklace - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
The Box of Delights - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Interlocked hands - an interesting necklace - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
vintage Grosse pin - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
An interesting necklace - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Interesting glass cabochon pendant - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Art nouveau snake pendant - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Tie clip with "SPQR" signature - Accessoriesin Accessories
Victorian molded glass cameo pin? - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry

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  1. Thank you!
  2. I agree, she had to have an amazing time!!
  3. Glad that the piece waited there for you! Less money = far far more fun :)
  4. Ms.CrystalShip, thank you for your love!
  5. And no calories at all :D Glad you like it, Newfld, nutsabotas6! Thank you!
  6. Newfld - agree!
  7. Thank you, PhilDMorris, Newfld, dlpetersen, glad you like the necklace!
  8. old plastic= love!
  9. Beautiful piece..
  10. Agree - looks Neiger!! You have some amazing pieces in your collection.
  11. What a pretty, mysterious - looking piece!
  12. What a great design! Pity it has lost its original pin clip.
  13. Ah, of course, there was a split and former Czechoslovakia is nowadays the Czech republic and the neighbouring Slovakia - if you asked for this type of info.
  14. I can confirm Czech origin at least for the smaller beads. I got the same type beads during my childhood in 1980s Czechoslovakia. I still have them somewhere - I made some necklaces out if them. Mine...
  15. Love the hat one!
  16. thank you valentino97!
  17. Watchsearcher - maybe that abbreviation is not used in english language at all - my english has its flaws :D
  18. Thank you, valentino97!
  19. cutie of the week!!
  20. so pretty!!
  21. hope you will find the red one now!! :) plus the earrings of course
  22. old plastic, instant love!!
  23. love it!!
  24. Ms.CrystalShip, I love art nouveau design - all these curves!!
  25. P.S. Upon checking the link I gave to Delia, I realized that it DOES resemble the last piece pictured in the article. So maybe its a modern sappharine piece, after all. Well, I will probably never kno...
  26. Delia, check this link - very interesting! http://www.illusionjewels.com/czech_saphiret.html
  27. Ms.CrystalShip, thank you for all your knowledge! The color change is not the one described for alexandrite color change. I wish I had an alexandrite piece!! Unfortunately, this is glass (but an int...
  28. Watchseaker, circa, approximately
  29. Thank you, Ms.CrystalShip!
  30. Ms.CrystalShip, thank you for your love!
  31. Thank you for your love, nutsabotas6 and Tigra - glad you like it!
  32. Thank you Tigra!
  33. Thank you!!
  34. Thank you for your love Tigra!
  35. Thank you, Watchsearcher! I did not notice that. You have a keen eye!
  36. Thank you!
  37. Watchsearcher, thank you. Each chain side is cca 21 cm (cca 8,3 inches) long, the whole necklace is cca 45 cm (17,7) inches long. The pendant itself is cca 4,3 cm long and 3,5 cm wide.
  38. Thank you Newfld! Dish soap sounds like a great idea!!
  39. I would say glass cabochon. Thank you a lot for your dating!!
  40. Thank you Newfld!
  41. if its aureola borealis it cannot be 1900 -1920, so I would say the blue circular one pin is 1950s - pretty!!
  42. Thank you Tigra for your love!
  43. the blue one is Czech
  44. beautiful!
  45. Love it!! So pretty
  46. Newfld - thank you! I agree. It would be quite daring today as well. Maybe it wasnt meant for gentlemen back then? :DDD
  47. Roycroftbooksfromme1, thank you! This is not roman design, though, so I guess SPQR is name of the maker. Thank you PhilDMorris! I thought about shoes, too.
  48. Thank you nutsabotas6!
  49. Thank you valentino97! @antiquerose - love your piece
  50. Its cold, heavy and it is not brownish at all. Thank you, Kyra!
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