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Posted by: ann Post Reply
08/22/2014, 14:14:19

I have a bead that was described to me as "old," [whatever that means; I assume "not ancient"]. But the more I look at it the more I wonder if it's "old" [by that did he mean "antique?"] Or more like "not made yesterday -- made last week."

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If I have a right ,I vote for "not made yesterday -- made last week.".
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Posted by: shinji Post Reply
08/24/2014, 21:21:22

or last Month or last year.

Via Canada?

Shinji



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I second that opinion.
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Posted by: Frederick II Post Reply
08/24/2014, 21:25:50



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Re: If I have a right ,I vote for "not made yesterday -- made last week.".
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Posted by: ann Post Reply
08/25/2014, 07:35:25

Yes, from Canada. Not a reliable source?



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If you want to get good one from Canada,you have to pay a lot.
Re: Re: If I have a right ,I vote for "not made yesterday -- made last week.". -- ann Post Reply Edit Forum Where am I?
Posted by: shinji Post Reply
08/25/2014, 09:07:30



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Collecting fakes can be fun!
Re: Old or New? -- ann Post Reply Edit Forum Where am I?
Posted by: Frederick II Post Reply
08/25/2014, 14:00:49

You can make a gorgeous necklace for only ten dollars per bead.
And this is a very good way to train your eye in the beginning.
You will become better prepared to pay big money for real ones
once you become familiar with the right clues to consider.

Just Fred



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