Posts Tagged ‘antique jewelry restoration’

Arts and Crafts Repousse Brooch

Saturday, January 5th, 2019

This unusual antique Arts and Crafts gold brooch is now on display at Mardon Jewelers. Made circa 1900 or so, the piece shows the classic handcrafted elements of the Art and Crafts movement. The craftsman began by drawing the design on paper, then either glued the design onto a sheet of 14K yellow gold or […]

Antique Jewelry Gets TLC

Friday, July 3rd, 2015

  We just acquired four wonderful antique and vintage rings which are, as they say, “Farm Fresh.”  It’s often the case that estate pieces need TLC before they can be resold– they’ve been worn and loved for years! They’ll need restoration, refurbishing and GIA certifications to meet our standards for resale to our clients. Here’s what we do to bring these lovely pieces […]

Antique Yogo Sapphire Pin

Saturday, March 8th, 2014

A client inherited this gorgeous antique Yogo Sapphire pin and asked us to appraise it. Sapphires were known to occur in several areas of western Montana as early as 1865. For the most part, these deposits produced only moderately good sapphires. The discovery of sapphires in Yogo Creek was different. In 1895, famed gemologist G.F. […]

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