Identifying Jewelry Markings?This is a page about identifying jewelry markings. The markings on jewelry help to identify the material from which it was made, the designer, and other information about the piece.
Identifying A Ring?Need help identifying this ring. Could it be a sapphire or Citrine? Do you know what the marking 23.19 means?
Value of Omega Vintage Watch?My mother inherited this watch from my grandmother. Can anyone help us know how much it is worth?
Identifying Pearls?Are this Akoya pearls or Golden South Sea Pearls? I know it's difficult by means of a picture . There are 9 mm 180 pearls in total. Does anybody know its worth whether they are Akoya or Golden South Pearls? Any help is welcomed!
What Type of Stone Are These Cufflinks?Does anybody know what type of stone these cufflinks are made of? Thank you!
Value of an Antique Victorian Cameo Brooch?My great grandfather purchased this in Japan in 1927. That is about all I know. I have many other things from there as well, like an ivory cigarette holder. But at the moment, I have been trying to get an idea how much this may be worth.
Determining the Value of JewelryDetermining the value of jewelry can be easy if you have a lot of information on the piece. However, if the bracelet, etc. is of unknown origin, composition, and unmarked it may require the help of a jewelry expert. Older pieces can be taken to antique jewelry shops as a start.
Identifying a Brooch?Identifying jewelry such as a brooch can be difficult, particularly if there are no markings to suggest silver or gold content for the setting. Research on line might help, but a trip to a specialist in jewelry identification may be in order especially if you believe the piece to have value.
Collecting Avon PinsThis page is about collecting Avon pins. Finding the least expensive way to complete your collection is a smart goal.