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Learning about vintage jewelry is more important today than ever. With the repurposing trend at an all time high, have you ever considered the value of the things you may be picking up at flea markets, estate auctions and yard sales? B'sue takes a box of found jewelry and discusses a bit about how some of the pieces were made and what they are worth. This video is intended to get you to think about how vintage jewelry can be your design muse, instead of your design components....and how you can not only be inspired by it, but learn to make it another source of revenue, trading up for components, media and tools you can use in your OWN design workshop. Many think they can only afford to find bags of old jewelry to break apart to make jewelry...but how many really KNOW what they have in ...
Joseff of Hollywood made jewelry for many of the most important American films of the 20th century. When Doris and Shelly Lyn visit his studio, they have one goal: no drooling on the designs. From: L.A. FROCK STARS: Vintage Rebranded http://bit.ly/1M3VLc1
ANOKHI Daily Spotlight TV talks to vintage collector, Carole Tanenbaum about her designer Chanel finds. Discover Indian inspired pieces among the vintage jewelry featured in the trunk show in today's 'Fashion & Style' Friday episode. Tune in tomorrow for another episode of ANOKHI Daily Spotlight TV at 12pm EST. Informative. Engaging. Entertaining.
If you can get hold of a nice Pioneer receiver from the 70's, say from the SX line, and compare it side by side with about any modern receiver that is in the same price range, and you will find there is no comparison. I am not an audiophile snob type, but I do insist on listening to quality equipment if I am listening to music....although for most of us, spending $5000 on a stereo setup is not feasible I currently use a; Pioneer SX-750 Receiver Yamaha P-750 Turntable with straight tonearm 4 front speakers on 2 channels- One pair of Sansui SP-2500x 5 way speakers (outside) One pair of Paradigm 2 way 6" wall mount speakers Monster cables with shielded cover, coherent time correct yadda yadda yadda..... lol ;) The entire setup cost me about $75. I got the stereo and tab...
I filmed some of my favorite bracelets and bangles from my jewelrey collection xxx
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Joseff of Hollywood's jewelry has adorned the most glamorous stars of the 20th century. Take a look at some iconic pieces with Mark L. Walberg and Rosalie Sayyah during ROADSHOW's visit in 2013. Check out the video on the Antiques Roadshow website: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/roadshow/video/201303F03.html ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM & 9/8C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://video.pbs.org/program/antiques-roadshow/ Be sure to follow ROADSHOW on Twitter & Instagram @RoadshowPBS, Pinterest, and Facebook! Visit www.pbs.org/antiques for more videos and features from the show.
This old watch came to me from India. I purchased it because it looked like rather original for an indian watch. The case is steel and old, caseback has stamped Roamer logo (not lazer made) and dial has patina alhough it may be repainted... The movement is ST96 although the shockprotection seems to be modified... I think it should be Incablock. Not as bad frankenwatch as Mumbai watches usually are though....
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Wearing a piece of jewelry with an interesting story can be great for a first date. Beverly Hills Pawn's Dominique explains why on this edition of Dominique's Date Night Jewels with OK! TV's Shandi Finnessey. Go to http://www.reelz.com/ to find REELZ in your area. Connect with other fans: http://www.facebook.com/ReelzChannel Be sure to follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ReelzChannel
Looking at your vintage jewellery have you ever wondered how old it is? This video shows a selection of vintage brooch catches from the early 1800s to the 1950s and the different catches that were used during that time.
The quality of vintage jewelry is lasting and enduring, reasonably priced and highly collectible. Enjoy viewing these lovely and desirable pieces from the VINTAGE COLLECTION of On The Rocks Gems. Questions will be happily answered by Maryanne Murphy: email@example.com and purchases may be made at http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/studio/ontherocksgems
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