How to Buy Vintage Jewelry from the Internet

How to Buy Vintage Jewelry from the Internet
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Beautiful and classic silver ring with cabochonsleben spinel (presumably synthetic) on the basis of a partially oxidized silver circle.
A classic design from N.E. From.

The stone is about 11 mm in diameter, stone + socket approximately 16 mm.
Very beautiful ring.

Ring size 57, IE. approximately 18.1 mm inside diameter.
Stamped: “STERLING DENMARK N.E. FROM 925S”

In perfect condition: the ring is “new old stock”, IE. vintage, but not used.
From the 1970s.

Vintage Bracelet

Adorable little Butterfly brooch with blue enamel on sterling silver by Volmer Bahner.
A classic 70s ornament for kids – and a really nice christening or naming-gift, but the butterfly will also dress a adult woman.

As common as they were when some of us once were children, enamel jewelry from the ‘ 60s and 70s, and especially from Volmer Bahners workshop, eventually sought after vintage jewelry, which – also internationally – have collector value. The workshop is, among other things. known for the high quality of craftsmanship.
Excellent condition with no visible damage or scratches, very nice patina.

Security lock in the back.
Stamped on the back: VB STERLING DENMARK.
Width at the top from wing tip to wing tip on the breddeste place: ca. 8 cm
From the 1970s.

Vintage Pendant Necklace For Women

Beautiful and classic silver ring with cabochonsleben spinel (presumably synthetic) on the basis of a partially oxidized silver circle.
A classic design from N.E. From.

The stone is about 11 mm in diameter, stone + socket approximately 16 mm.
Very beautiful ring.

Ring size 57, IE. approximately 18.1 mm inside diameter.
Stamped: “STERLING DENMARK N.E. FROM 925S”

In perfect condition: the ring is “new old stock”, IE. vintage, but not used.
From the 1970s.

Vintage Ring For Women

Big, beautiful vintage sterling silver brooch brooch with blue glass stones.
Approximately 4.5 x 2 cm.
Excellent condition with nice patina.
Stamped on the back “STERLING 925S DENMARK”.
Security lock at the rear, the needle slightly skewed.

Probably from the 50s.