This is an incredible quality, authentic 14k white gold Fope necklace. It is 17" long, 7mm wide, weighs 53 grams and is signed Fope on top of clasp, inside clasp is marked 750 * 303 VI Fope Mod. Dep. This beautiful piece is available in my store. 18K Fope White Gold Necklace Can Be Found Here
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Sunday, March 12, 2017
Vintage Lot of 24 Figural Brooches Pins with Rhinestones & Enamel
Do you love figurals? This is a 24 piece figural jewelry lot with 23 brooches and 1 pendant. There are birds, frogs and more. This collection is perfect for the vintage jewelry lover, collector or seller. It is available in my store, just click the link below to view. Figural brooches can be found here.
Saturday, March 4, 2017
Vintage 14K Yellow Gold Dangle Earrings
This is a beautiful pair of vintage 14K gold pierced dangle earrings with a sparkly diamond cut design. These are great for dressing up or down and are available in my shop. Diamond cut 14K gold earrings can be found here.
Friday, March 3, 2017
Vintage 14K Gold Nugget Necklace Pendant
This is a fantastic solid 14k yellow gold nugget pendant. Nicely made and good weight of 3.5 grams. For more information, just click below the picture.
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Magnificent Vertical Grand Piano Dated 1893
Have you ever seen one of these vertical Grand pianos? I haven't but I wonder - Do they sound the same? Are they are heavy? Were they designed to save space? So many questions!
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Art Nouveau 10K Gold Blue Topaz Ring Ostby & Barton
This is an Art Nouveau hand crafted 10k yellow gold ring with a blue topaz gemstone, beautiful ring and is available in my store. It is a size 5.5, hallmarked 10K, signed OB for Otsby & Barton.
Engelhart Cornelius Ostby is a famous, well skilled jeweler, well known for perishing on the Titanic. After the impact, he and his daughter, Helen, went out on deck. Engelhart decided to go back to his room to get warmer clothing. That was the last time Helen ever saw her father.
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