Vintage Costume Jewelry Identification 101 (Part 1)
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Never heard of a shoe clip ! Great info
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I thought it was pronounced
But I’m not sure- it is definitely a hard one to get from just reading and sounding it out!
You can own Ivory if it comes from Native Americans and you have a document showing they sold it to you. I bought an engraved necklace from a Native American Store in Puyallup, WA. Also the older engraved things that may have been made on whaling ships, that type of thing may be allowed, depends on the aging. The purpose is to stop the killing of elephants for tusks.
I heard you can sell ivory as long as it was made way back when.
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Love this video – thank you! Very helpful!
The Swarovski prong set rhinestone earrings are most likely late 50’s or 60’s. The Aurora borealis coating on the smaller rhinestones dates these after 1955.
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