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  • Could someone help me ID this?

    Hi guys, have been looking for a Jewellery Forum to help me get some information on this Bead Necklace.

    Pictures:

    (PM me for Pics?)

    On the box it says:

    "S.Tuck Jewellers
    Finchley, London and
    Market Place, Stevenage"

    Any ideas? Is it even real?

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    It was my Grans, then my Nan held onto it for a while, and then I took a like to it when I was little. I then recently found it in the Attic amongst some older things.

    Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    Hi,
    Can you put a photo in your album? You do it through your user cp.
    Celia
    I can't be creative and tidy too
    www.jencel.co.uk for beads, findings and threads
    The Occasional Sheffield Bead Shop
    Jencel on Facebook

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    • #3
      Thanks for that. I added them

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      • #4
        I collect antique jewellery, but I can't see the pic very well to help you
        Allison
        www.cardtoppers4crafts.com
        www.epbeads.co.uk/freeguide

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        • #5
          Are they crystals, they look very like some my Mom used to have.
          Carol
          God helps them that help themselves.

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          • #6
            Yeah an Antique Dealer confirmed that they were glass also, today.

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            • #7
              I don't know very much about antiques, but the glass beads on old necklaces can be really lovely.
              Celia
              I can't be creative and tidy too
              www.jencel.co.uk for beads, findings and threads
              The Occasional Sheffield Bead Shop
              Jencel on Facebook

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              • #8
                Your beads look lovely.
                S Tuck jewellers could be the seller rather than the maker. Either way, any beads that were sold in a box would have been better quality and more expensive.

                The better quality beads have quite sharp edges rather than rounded and they will sparkle a lot more. Hold them in the sunlight next to a wall, and if the rainbows are well coloured and 'sharp' they are the better quality beads.

                Melanie

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