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Ginger have a question for you!

Posted by oddie (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 19, 07 at 7:46

My sister and I was going throu the bag of custom jewerly that was given to me, she said some of the peices she thought was maybe worth a little and maybe I shouldnt be tearing them apart!
so how do you know what is and isnt? and then how do you sell them ? I dont wear much jewerly so the peices dont mean much to me, in my small town one family owns just about everything and I doult they would be truthfull!
been wanting to ask you but didnt want to mess up anyones post with questions.
thanks oddie

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RE: Ginger have a question for you!

I know a little about costume jewelry but not a lot. I do a lot of research on places like eBay and RubyLane for information on pieces that signed.
There are some unsigned pieces that are collectible as well, most anything to do with holidays Christmas Trees are highly valued as well as Easter pieces. Halloween is close behind.
You might want to do a little digging on the net and eBay is an excellent resource for educated guess' and gauging some values. Also a great place to sell. Don't be shy about visiting antique shops who buy and sale for information as well.

Best of luck to you!!

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