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Delivery in time for Mother's Day!
Added by DLSpecialties on April 27, 2013 at 8:23am — No Comments
My assistant photographer Colleen Young, attended the event with me so we could
both tally the points of the booths we attended.
The lines to attend this show was huge, so, I do believe the DC Big Flea event can prove that the market for antiques to vintage is still as strong as…Continue
Added by RC Antiques on March 4, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments
"Hello, my name is Vintage Shari and I'm a Jewelryholic."
I was recently forced to deal with the daunting task of trying to reorganize approximately 600 pieces of jewelry stock. Our Ruby Lane sister shop closed and just like in real life, while I sometimes found her demanding, I didn’t know how much I loved her until she was gone. I was going through drawer after drawer, sitting on the floor. Oh, good god, there’s more…Continue
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This project came from a desire to use my stock piles of designer fabrics I have in swatch books used for photographing items I sell in my online shop Rose Petal Curiosity Shop. They turned out so cute I have to share with you how I made…Continue
Added by RosePetalResources on December 6, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments
My new blog post on the value of research:)
Came across this interesting article on vintage costume jewelry:
The term “costume jewelry” was coined in the 1920s, but jewelry and ornamentation made out of non-precious materials have been worn since ancient times. While it is sometimes labeled as “junk,” “fake,” or "fashion" jewelry, costume…Continue
Added by CaljacksCollectibles on November 17, 2012 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment
I'm still learning how to use this new interface on Blogger, though I've gotta say, I like it a lot!!!
I wanted to show you a photo of the ring that you'd be entered into the drawing for and here it is!
I upcycled an old earring finding then blackened the filigree and applied carnauba wax
as a fixative on the finish. I attached this to a brass filigree adjustable finding. The result
is sort of Hollywood Regency meets Gothic…Continue
Added by Gilty Girl Vintage on October 6, 2011 at 6:21pm — No Comments
I love purchasing items from estates where the people were travelers. And this is especially true of vintage jewelry! When women travel, we buy jewelry!
I've put together a small collection of vintage jewelry that all came from one estate. Can you guess the regions she traveled to without reading?
Read the full article and take a tour with me!…Continue
Added by Another Time Antiques on October 3, 2011 at 12:04pm — No Comments
Lots of my customers ask about vintage marcasite jewellery, what it is made of, how to clean it and how to know if something is genuine vintage or reproduction so I have written a blog post about it to try to help clarify a few things :-) If you want to read it it is on my blog at…Continue
Well, after lots of issues with my old website, I have finally managed to finish my new one and it launched this week! Fingers tightly crossed for everything working as it should and for some new visitors and lots of sales :-))
Here is the link if you would like to take a peek :…Continue
Added by The Vintage Jewel Box on August 6, 2011 at 8:29am — No Comments
Hi All! Welcome to my blog on Vintage Village. I am excited to be here and to have a venue to share my passion and love of vintage and antique jewelry.
I am an addict when it comes to garage sales, estate sales and especially auctions!!! I love the hunt. I have been very fortunate to find some very good sales. In the past I have sold on Ebay, selling everything from old toys, vintage quilts and all types of collectible glassware and more. During my hunts, I discovered…Continue
My selling life on-line is changing, yet again.
I started selling on eBay, as a serious endeavor, a few years ago. It provided me with a way to contribute to our income, and keep me off the streets and out of trouble. That was back in the days when things sold for reasonable prices, and it was a community of people. My focus became vintage costume jewelry and ephemera, and it remains so today.
Then things started to change, and the more it changed, the less I liked it.…Continue
Added by Charmed Life on April 7, 2011 at 1:11am — No Comments
The circle pin is a classic piece of jewelry that was particularly popular in the 1950's and 60's and often worn on a cardigan or blouse. There were apparently different stories about the pins and their significance. It was said that they had different meanings depending on the pin style and where it was worn. Here…
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