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May 13, 2012


Georgene Lockwood

I have a couple of bar pins like those. I believe they date back to the Civil War or thereabouts. I always called them pinchbeck jewelry, but I'm not sure that's the correct term. Now and then I dress up as a Victorian lady and that's when I get them out to wear. You can't help but wonder where they've been and what they've seen.

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Your home made jewelry which you found in these markets are just unbeliveable! I wish I had some special pins like those. I think I need a good shopping right now..

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