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Untermeyer-Robbins

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sterling silver Elgin Lite O Matic cigarette case and lighter

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design patent for the Elgin Lite O Matic cigarette case and lighter

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Bassett

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Bassett rose gold filled Victorian pocket watch vest chain

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Briggs Carmelita

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old Unger Bros. ad

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Unger Brothers Art Nouveau sterling silver lint brush

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makers mark

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Unger Brothers serving tongs, Art Nouveau sterling silver

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makers mark

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really cool clawfeet detail!

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Ostby & Barton
neat turn of the century Ostby & Barton ad- 1902 from Jewelers Keystone Circular


*Ostby & Barton Company- Providence, Rhode Island. Established in 1879, one of the earlier East Coast jewelers with an interesting history. Ostby was an immigrant goldsmith from Norway who perished on the ill fated Titanic. He had a daughter, Helen, who survived. Ostby & Barton has enjoyed a renewed collectible popularity due to both the historical significance, and the high quality and craftsmanship of their goods. Ostby & Barton was a highly prolific manufacturer primarily of mans and women's gold rings.


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Ostby-&-Barton

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Ostby & Barton ladies Edwardian gold signet ring

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Ostby Barton synthetic ruby fresh water pearl lavalier circa 1900.

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Ostby & Barton mans Edwardian gold signet ring

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OB Ostby & Barton hallmark, one of several used by the company.

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Ostby Barton Victorian 10K Diamond Seedpearl Lavalier Pendant

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Landstroms Black Hills Gold insert

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Landstroms Black Hills Gold insert

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Black Hills Gold cross

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Giovanni Longcraft Legend of the Christmas Rose insert

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Giovanni Longcraft Legend of the Christmas Rose pin

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Giovanni Longcraft Legend of the Christmas Rose earrings

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Krementz ad 1902

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Krementz ad 1916

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14k gold Edwardian enamel Krementz ribbon bow flower pin

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back, click to enlarge, see the makers mark? This is called the Krementz "collar bar" mark. its shaped like the letter W just above the 14K mark.

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Krementz insert

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Krementz insert

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fairly modern (mid century) 1960's or so. The insert just before this would have been included in a set similar in age to this.

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insert brochure

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insert brochure

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1914 WWW White Wile and Warner advertisement in The Christian Herald, December 2 1914

White Wile & Warner- Buffalo, NY was a prolific manufacturer of gold rings during the early 1900's. Also known as "Triple W" rings.


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1916 White Wile and Warner ad

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here's a nice example of a White Wile & Warner (Triple W- or WWW) Edwardian ring. This one is 14K white gold filigree with sardonyx hardstone cameo.

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the makers mark

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White Wile Warner WWW 10k ring with hessonite garnet

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D & B Dattlebaum & Friedman Edit
cool old ad from Jewelers Circular Weekly August 6, 1902.

this is a hoot, click to enlarge!


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D & F Dattlebaum & Freidman ring. Edwardian 10K gold (slightly rosy color) with coral cameo.

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the makers mark

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an old ad for S.O. Bigney from Jewelers Circular Weekly, August 6, 1902.

Look how the man points condescendingly at the woman.
Click to enlarge! I find it apropos that this is an S.O.B. chain!


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a nice Victorian gold filled mans pocket watch vest chain, signed S.O.B. (S.O. Bigney)

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makers mark

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