Pax Ivanna. jewelry. June 05th , 2017.
If you're shopping for vintage jewelry online, never buy from a seller who doesn't have a return policy. An authentic seller will be ready to take his piece back because he knows what it is worth.
In the traditionally designed jewelry, stones are mounted by the usual claw method. According to this technique, claws are first created from the jewelry material, which are then used to secure the stone by enclosing from all sides. In contrary to this, wire wrap stones are made by manually binding and twisting wire around the stones with the help of special tools. With this wire wrapping technique, you can create exclusive pendant designs by using any type of material and stone.
There's this misconception that vintage jewelry is exorbitantly priced. And while many exquisite and detailed pieces might be steeply priced, you can find pieces that are reasonably priced too. It's just a matter of where you buy them from (to a certain extent). You can find great deals online on reputed sites like eBay and Etsy. Again, as recommended by them and most others, read the product description carefully to know the condition of the piece. Also, ensure that there is a clear image along with the description so you can see what the piece looks like.
The formation of another manufacturing company started after an employee of Edward O. Lampinen's, Clara Arnold, learned the art of making Black Hills Gold jewelry from him and other relatives of S.T. Butler. Arnold chose to go out on her own after the company was purchased by Ivan Landstrom. By the 1940's she was making her own Black Hills gold jewelry on Main St. in Rapid City. In 1959, Arnold sold her tools and inventory to Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Stamper and the company has since operated under the name Stamper Genuine Black Hills Gold Jewelry. In an industry filled with family tradition, Stampers' son Rod Stamper is the current president of the company formed by his father.
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