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Liz Bryman replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion Rhinstones, etc. in the group Antique & Vintage Jewelry
"You're welcome. I used to restore costume jewelry and have a lot vintage stones still in stock. If you would like to see some write me from my website lizjewel (.com) I may even have a tube or two left of the Bond adhesive if interested."
Feb 27
Texas Junkin' Ladies replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion Rhinstones, etc. in the group Antique & Vintage Jewelry
"Thank you for the information.  A lot of good info about adhesives, etc..  Now if I can find my purse, I'm on my way to Hobby Lobby!!!!!!!!!!  May I never be glue-ness again."
Feb 27
Liz Bryman replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion Rhinstones, etc. in the group Antique & Vintage Jewelry
"Hi, I agree that that is a problem. I used to sell a very strong clear cement that jewelry enthusiasts loved to use for repair and resetting of rhinestones. Regrettably the manufacturer of the BOND cement does not make it any more so I had to stop…"
Feb 26
Texas Junkin' Ladies added a discussion to the group Antique & Vintage Jewelry
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Rhinstones, etc.

Just joined your group today.  Would love to know how to re-enforce rhinestone jewelry.  I use rhinestone buttons, pins, brooches for re-purposed jewelry, but am having a hard time with stone losses.  Nothing worse than a missing stone out of a brooch.  Any hints would be appreciated.See More
Feb 26
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Antique & Vintage Jewelry

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Feb 26
Texas Junkin' Ladies replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion Is salting ok at estate sales? in the group Estate, Yard, Tag Sale Connection
"Actually, the guy with the Victorian farm house, is a genius.  Only the locals know how devious the guy really is.  A win-win situation."
Jun 18, 2014
Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion Is salting ok at estate sales? in the group Estate, Yard, Tag Sale Connection
"I have seen that lots of times in my area at estate auctions and sales, I knew a guy, dead now, had a place up north in Michigan, and would have an estate sale yearly, the windows were boarded up he would take the window covering off the home to…"
Jun 17, 2014
Texas Junkin' Ladies replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion Is salting ok at estate sales? in the group Estate, Yard, Tag Sale Connection
"Vicki, Your reply makes perfect sense.  Here are a couple of thoughts I've come up with as regards an estate sale owner who salts.    There will be an enclosed trailer on site (plastered with their logo) and also, the…"
Jun 17, 2014
vicki hufstetler replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion Is salting ok at estate sales? in the group Estate, Yard, Tag Sale Connection
"Hi Texas Junkin ladies!, In my opinion NO! It is never acceptable to do so, under any circumstances! It is unethical, in most all respects! I've been an estate sale specialist for over 17 years, and am a certified appraiser of antiques and…"
Jun 16, 2014
C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion Is salting ok at estate sales? in the group Estate, Yard, Tag Sale Connection
"Texas junkin, I'm glad you posted this. I'm eager to hear from our members. I have not come across this in New England.... but now I wonder what members have to say. Dianne"
Jun 16, 2014
Texas Junkin' Ladies added a discussion to the group Estate, Yard, Tag Sale Connection
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Is salting ok at estate sales?

I don't know about estate sales in other areas, but around here (East Texas) the owner of the estate sale company will haul in a huge trailer stuffed to the gills with her items, display the items all over the house, making people assume the items are from the family. About two months ago a friend of mine attended an estate sale of a friend's mother.  She purchased a small brooch as a memento.  Later when she showed it to her friend she found out that the brooch was never her friend's mothers,…See More
Jun 16, 2014
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Estate, Yard, Tag Sale Connection

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Jun 16, 2014
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Whadja Find Today

The group that will help you figure out what you found, inherited, acquired. Thousands of members assist you with identification and evaluation of antiques, collectibles, art.  See More
Jun 16, 2014
Les Beyer replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion Lamp Oil Filler? in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"...and I'm not saying it's NOT a lamp filler. I have seen a few similar to this but the spouts are always much thinner and the handles were more like a jug (or pitcher) handle. Regardless, its a nice piece of tinware."
Jun 3, 2013
Les Beyer replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion Lamp Oil Filler? in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"I'm curious. Why do you say it's not used with a wick? Is it possible the wick is just missing or is there another reason? A few more pictures, if possible, would be helpful."
May 31, 2013
Metro Retro Vintage replied to Texas Junkin' Ladies's discussion What to do? in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"There is a definite market for these.  If you google memento mori, you should find lots of websites, with several devoted to children.  An auction that I attended years ago, featured post mortem Victorian images since child mortality rates…"
Mar 25, 2013

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