Cindy - do you have your pics on your computer desktop or folders? Just click on the image icon (second from left next to LINK) in the tool bar in the reply box and browse your computer desktop or appropriate folder. Pic shouldn't be anymore than 300 to 400 pixels.
I don't think anyone is going to know unless they see a picture of it.
depends on how busy Lora is. You probably should attach it to this discussion, though so people will know what you are talking about. Photos attached to the discussion do not need approved.
I'm assuming you want to know what kind of beads are being used. My best guess is that he is using purple rhinestones. Some interesting information on Kramer here: http://www.lillysvintagejewelry.com/kramer.htm and http://www.collectorsweekly.com/costume-jewelry/kramer
you may also want to post this on our Vintage Jewelry Group or post a link there to this discussion
Cindy - this is a gorgeous necklace but Kramer does not "only" use hang tags. In fact, most often you will find it stamped on the back of the earrings, necklace or bracelet. I can not see the back to identify the marking. Can you post a picture of the back?
Where is Kramer marked on the necklace? Is it on the hook? I had a Kramer necklace that I sold on RL that was marked on the hook. Here's the listing...
I didn't think it was typical of a Kramer piece either, but it was! Yours is beautiful!
Look at Illusion Jewels online - they are a valuable resource. Also - do you have any of Julia Carroll books on Vintage Jewelry?
I have searched and searched and found very little that tells me why Kramer is stamped on the back of the piece. Everything says Kramer stamped on hang tag. Also I jave no idea how to value it.