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Old October 29th 09, 05:56 AM posted to rec.crafts.jewelry
Ganesh
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On Oct 28, 4:34=A0am, Ganesh wrote:
On Oct 10, 7:10 am, William Black wrote:

The last couple of times Indian millionaires bought bits of looted
Indian heritage and then tried to bring them back to India and give the=

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to the state the Indian government promptly announced that they'd be
charing the owner the full rate of import duty and local taxes.


So Indian millionaires seem to have stopped doing that...


Well, they are more interested in things like these if there is lot of
mileage associated with it. This necklace did not have lot of press
coverage and it seems not lot know she was the one originally
possessing the kohinoor.


I am sorry, there was sufficient press coverage discussing this
auction. But, again I could not find out who brought the necklace. If
anyone comes across the buyer's details please us let know it.
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Old October 29th 09, 04:02 PM posted to rec.crafts.jewelry
William Black
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Ganesh wrote:
On Oct 28, 4:34=A0am, Ganesh wrote:
On Oct 10, 7:10 am, William Black wrote:

The last couple of times Indian millionaires bought bits of looted
Indian heritage and then tried to bring them back to India and give the=

m
to the state the Indian government promptly announced that they'd be
charing the owner the full rate of import duty and local taxes.
So Indian millionaires seem to have stopped doing that...

Well, they are more interested in things like these if there is lot of
mileage associated with it. This necklace did not have lot of press
coverage and it seems not lot know she was the one originally
possessing the kohinoor.


I am sorry, there was sufficient press coverage discussing this
auction. But, again I could not find out who brought the necklace. If
anyone comes across the buyer's details please us let know it.


The name of a buyer at a public auction is not normally published.

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William Black

"Any number under six"

The answer given by Englishman Richard Peeke when asked by the Duke of
Medina Sidonia how many Spanish sword and buckler men he could beat
single handed with a quarterstaff.
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Old January 12th 10, 02:40 PM
minhthanh77 minhthanh77 is offline
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A colleague of mine here in San Francisco, is one of the best "copiers"
of antique jewelry, and he is mostly self taught. He has literally
repaired many hundreds of pieces of antique jewelry over the last
several decades. By doing this he has learned how to copy pieces in the
style they were made.
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Old January 27th 10, 04:09 AM
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Does any one have good sources on Antique Jewelry making techniques?
Hi
Here i am giving some video sites for Antique jewelery making techniques ..So that you can understand easily ....
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Old February 22nd 10, 05:45 PM
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Does any one have good sources on Antique Jewelry making techniques?
not sure but I love that kind of jewelry. valerie
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Old June 21st 10, 11:52 PM
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Hi Abrasha !!!
Really you gave a nice stuff ...The info you given is really appreciable..
thanks for sharing ....
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Old July 20th 10, 12:54 PM
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Hi Abrasha !!!
Really you gave a nice stuff ...The info you given is really appreciable..
thanks for sharing ....
Victorian period from 1836 to 1901 in Great Britain since the reign of Queen Victoria. Her husband and children inspired jewelry that reflected a romantic and passionate approach to the Queen Victoria's love. Flowers, hearts, bows and birds beautiful pieces of jewelry inspired the Victorian era craftsmanship shown. Serpent motifs were also popular. Bollywood is often used during the Victorian period and help to keep jewelry affordable for the mass market. Garnets, amethysts, coral, turquoise and seed pearls were in style. Opals were increasingly popular as Queen Victoria adored them. Diamonds were discovered in South Africa in 1867 and became popular during this period. Human hair was during the Victorian era jewelry contains. The jewelry was given as a token of love and worn as mourning jewelry.
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Old February 3rd 11, 11:58 AM
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Welcome to Antique Jewelry at Topazery in Atlanta, GA! Our antique jewelry collection includes antique jewelry, vintage jewelry, and estate jewelry. You'll find antique rings, antique engagement rings, antique wedding rings and other spectacular estate and vintage pieces from the 1800's to the present. We also carry a fine selection of bracelets, earrings, crosses, pins, brooches, necklaces, pendants, and lockets. Antique jewellery touches our hearts and souls with its timeless beauty. There's something magical about jewelry from another era and with its own story to tell. These cherished pieces glow with a soft patina that only comes from being worn and loved.
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Old February 15th 11, 08:35 AM
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There are many options are available in the market for your jewelries like platinum,diamond,gold,silver etc
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Old April 19th 11, 03:31 AM
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Most recently, he had to replace a lost 18th century earring, which was
made of silver and gold, with rose cut diamonds. The result was
practically indistinguishable from the original. I was the only one of
6 colleagues who picked the copy from the original.The answer given by Englishman Richard Peeke when asked by the Duke of
Medina Sidonia how many Spanish sword and buckler men he could beat
single handed with a quarterstaff.
 




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