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I love your examples of the fake opposed to the real, it helped me out tremendously with a couple of pieces I have that are Miriam Haskell, out of the three, 2 are genuine. I was concerned with the third because it to had some wiring like that, and I wondered if that was supposed to be like that, thank you so much for creating a website like this, I am an eBay Vintage Jewelry seller and I don't want to sell a fake Vintage Jewelry Piece to someone, that's why I am constantly researching every piece I get before I sell. It's great to have a place to refer to when I need to! Thank you for your help!!
- Rhonda Nickerson | http://stores.ebay.com/uniquetreasuresbyrn, Sat, 15 Aug 2015 6:26PM
Look for Katieboops store on ebay. This lady lists every bracelet she makes as having vintage miriam haskell chain! REALLY? There is no Hallmark or signature on her chain. She relists the bracelet after it sells and re-creates an identical one (Hence her feedbackOn Ebay and Etsy), and claims the chain is not only Haskell, but Yes, Miriam Haskell. Miriam made original pieces, no two alike, intricate, valuable. Yet Katieboops sells her pieces on Mirams Original chain. HER STORE SCREAMS COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT On Miriam Haskell.
- Shandra, Thu, 14 May 2015 9:22PM
I have just sold a piece of jewelery that I thought was Haskell on Ebay. The person that bought it said it was a fake....is there anywhere I can send my pics to have someone look at it and tell me if it is a fake or not....cathy
- Cathy Gregory, Mon, 22 Nov 2010 11:46AM
Hello Cathy, I am an antique/vintage jewelry dealer and one of your biggest fans (I actually contacted you a few years ago re some Fahrner pieces). I recently purchased a massive vintage glass(?) panel runway necklace - probably a one of a kind piece as I have never seen anything like it on the web (I troll quite a bit on ebay and vintage/antique jewelry web sites) or in books (and I have many, many books - yours being one of my favorites of course). I am hoping you will take a look at some pictures and see if you have any ideas (I thought maybe it was a Robert Gossens for some Couturier, but the space age like design and materials may not be right. Please let me know if you can help me (and I will email you pictures) or have any suggestions. Best, Linda Arkules Cohn
- Linda Arkules Cohn, Sun, 7 Feb 2010 9:13PM
I recently bought a Haskell necklace that I am not sure is real. How can I tell?
- Pat Rahn, Sat, 4 Apr 2009 12:36PM
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