Featured Information on jewellery please

Discussion in 'Jewelry' started by Jacqui Clark, Apr 1, 2019.

  1. Hollyblue

    Hollyblue Well-Known Member

    Carved antler red deer stickpin.
     
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  2. Jacqui Clark

    Jacqui Clark Member

    Could you give me some idea as to age/value please?
     
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  3. Jacqui Clark

    Jacqui Clark Member

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    Hi. I have taken some more photos of the rings - hopefully these will be clearer!
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  4. Jacqui Clark

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  5. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    that's a strange eternity band......looks like somethings wrong with the stones...
    weird !

    you'll need to clean out the wedding band to see those hallmarks.

    i like the 3 diamond ring.....the stones and setting r very nice and 585 = 14K.

    This really isn't a site for finding values....specially for rings of this sort .
    For a carving or native pot we could tell you where to look.....but the consensus here seems to point to a trusted jeweler as your best bet.

    I'll just say that 4 the rings with no stones.... melt weight cost of the metal may be the best u could do.
     
  6. Houseful

    Houseful Well-Known Member

    Yes as Komo said, clean out the hallmarks so you can see what ct they are. 375 is 9ct, I was getting £10 a gram scrap for that, if your ring has 750 or 18ct on it you would get £20 a gram. These were U.K. prices a few weeks ago but it does fluctuate.
     
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  7. Jacqui Clark

    Jacqui Clark Member

    I know one was my mother’s Engagement ring, but I know nothing of the others. I was surprised when I went through her jewellery boxes and found them! Mum had no money, but did love to wear matching jewellery for every outfit - consequently there are many boxes of what I know to be everyday pieces.
     
  8. Ownedbybear

    Ownedbybear Well-Known Member

    That little stickpin is Victorian gold and pearls. About thirty to fifty pounds. The deer one is about a fiver.

    The ring which says 9ct gold/silver won't be a diamond. I've a few of these, they're nice 1930s ones. Wearable and about the fifty quid mark maybe.

    The 585 one is likely to be diamonds, but small. Retail, about a hundred to one fifty maybe. The plain wedding rings, you'll get scrap values for. I've actually done better scrapping to a bloke who had a stall in the local market than a shop, although H&T are decent. Check scrap values on line, and ask several places.

    Eternity ring has been very very well worn and is no more than twenty quid, sadly. Not diamonds. I've a similar one which was my grandmothers.
     
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  9. Figtree3

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  10. Any Jewelry

    Any Jewelry Well-Known Member

    They look like paste set in silver, which has worn away in places. Due to the wear some of the stones sunk a little deeper.
    I agree, the 14k (585) one is the most valuable. The gold and seed pearl brooch is cute and has some value. It is ca 1890-1900 in date. Those safety pins on a delicate chain started to be added ca 1880-90.
     
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  11. Ownedbybear

    Ownedbybear Well-Known Member

    AJ, there's a faint 9 ct on that eternity ring. If it's like mine, stones are in silver with a surrounding gold frame.
     
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  12. Any Jewelry

    Any Jewelry Well-Known Member

    Yes, the outside is yellow gold, I just meant the stones are set in silver instead of white gold, which helps date it. Silver also wears away more easily than white gold, which can lead to wear on the setting.:)
     
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  13. Ownedbybear

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  14. Jacqui Clark

    Jacqui Clark Member

    9420D3A8-C632-47E5-8B8D-482EADB07E20.jpeg 72B68113-7DFA-4F59-8B12-D34342FE613E.jpeg Thanks everyone - here are photos of a couple of watches I have found - again any information would be much appreciated

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  15. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    from what I've learned here......ladies watches...no one wants em....
    check the case and bands real close for gold marks.....& that's where any value will lie...
     
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  16. Ownedbybear

    Ownedbybear Well-Known Member

    See if you can get the back of the cases open, OR ask a pawnbroker to do it. Some of these have hallmarks inside. If they don't, then rolled gold and sadly of little value. The straps can be worth more than the watches, if usable.
     
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  17. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    the 1st one has a gold look to it !!
     
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  18. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    That's nice.
    Tell us more about your boyfriend , as he seems to be a great catch !
     
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