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Hello Mr. Andoyan. Thank you for offering your expertise to answer questions for folks; very kind of you! Here is my question: A long time ago I purchased a beautiful pendant at a store. The pendant was lovely and I received several compliments on it however, surprisingly, I ended up receiving just as many compliments on the chain that it came with! Not very long ago, the chain broke. I lost the pendant and the chain in the outdoors unfortunately. Although I've done my very best to figure this out on my own via internet research, I've not had any success in identifying the style of chain....and I desperately want a replacement to use with other loose pendants I have. That's where I'm hoping you'll be able to help. :o) It was a lovely, 18" silver chain (mm size unknown) that was incredibly thin & delicate-looking. It reminds me of a shortened Figaro . . kind of like a Singapore . . but theres no twist in the chain. It is literally the most delicate, thin, dainty chain I've ever seen. Saw another one like it in a jewelry store, but could not find the name of the style because the jeweler was out and the sales clerk simply did not know. Unfortunately, I could not afford it. Do you know what kind of chain style I'm talking about? or, do you know of one to recommend that is very similar? Thank you SO very much! ~Kristie~
Hello Kristie, Unfortunately I don't know what chain it is but here are few links to website that ....
hi, i have a 9c gold metal core bracelte. I have taken it to jewelers and it weighs in at 32g. They say its wort nothing, due to fact it has a metal core. What does it mean by metal core. What is they weight in gold in the bracelet and can i melt it down getting the gold out to make a ring? Thanks
Is it possible to have a stainless steel continuous chain re-sized? If so. Will any jeweler be able to do it?
I recently was given a beautiful sterling silver ring and it has a rose engraved next to the 925 and I was wondering what that signified. Thanks so much
Hello Melissa, The rose engraving is the makers mark and dose not have any significant meaning, the....
What if my ring has a stamp that says nv and no other inprimts
Hello Katie, If your ring dose not have any other stamp other than NV, my guess would be that the ....
So if it says 14K & the word "China" should I be worried if it's real or not?
Hello, The ring is made of solid 14 karat gold and the word China refers to country of origin. as....
I own a tri gold egyptian fan necklace that has 14kt italy stamped on the clasp. It has been acid tested and all the gold is real/pure...how do I find out it's true value?
Hello Shawndra, To fined out the value you need to take the necklace to your local jeweler, and as....
What do the numbers mean on the inside of a ring? for instance I have an engagement/wedding ring with k 121 on the band.
Hello lanay, The "k" inside the ring is usually stands for Karat, but in this instants K121 I am a....
I have many long beaded necklaces that I mix and wear from day to day. I would like to replace the gold-plated clasp finding that I use to hold the strands together, at the back of my neck. I want to buy a sterling silver or gold finding, but I can't find them on the internet, because I don't know what it is called? Can you tell me what that finding is called? Many thanks! Jeanette
Hello Jeanette, There are several different clasp, I will give you the names use the name to fined....
My center diamond is graded as an H...and it has a pave halo around it. Do the small pave diamonds look clearer/less yellow because they are so small, or does the center diamond just need to be a higher rating to even out the colors?
Hello Carro, The answer to your question would be since your center is graded you should have a gr....
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