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  1. hi,
    can any one tell me if its real or fake?
    thank you!

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  2. I have a fairly extensive collection of vintage Dior jewelry and have never seen this mark.
  3. Nobody who can help me with the Links of London bracelets on page 606 ?
  4. Hello!

    I won a tiffany silver charm bracelet (with the blue enamel gift box soldered on) last week and it finally came today :yahoo: I did ask the seller where the bracelet came from, and if it had other markings. They guarantee that it is authentic and told me this particular set did not have a stamp in the middle link of the bracelet, just on the charm. They do except returns (within 14 days :/) but wanted to get some opinions!

    The ebay seller is lipawnshop, and they are a pawn shop. I don't worry to much since most check if the jewelry they are purchasing is real gold, silver, etc.

    But want did worry me is that the stamp on the box charm seems "printed" instead of carved in. I do have another box charm (a separate charm), and it's carved with "T & Co. 925" The former is "printed" as "T & Co. AG .925"

    Now, I do know that Ag is the symbol for silver, but is this unusual for the enamel box charm?

    Here is this listing with pics!




    Thank you so much in advance!
  5. #9095 May 31, 2015
    Last edited: May 31, 2015
    Hi, can anyone please help me with this Tiffany's Paloma Picasso Loving Heart ring?
    The hearts look rough inside and either I'm not convinced by the other tiffanys the seller is selling or has been sold despite 100%positive feedbacks. Thank you so much.

    Tiffany Paloma Picasso Loving Heart Ring

    Seller Pechan1


    For example, the seller also recently sold this:
  6. I agree. I would stay away from anyone that sells fakes.
  7. Hi could you tell me if this Tiffany men's silver and titanium cuff I just purchased it's fake? The lettering is very crisp and it seems legit to me but I wanted a second opinion. It says 925 Ti inside. Thank you :smile:

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  8. Hello everyone !!
    I have a quick question regarding Tiffany & Co. velvet ring presentation boxes. Currently when you go to Tiffany and buy and engagement ring you receive a beautiful black velvet ring box which has black satin in the back with the Tiffany & Co. logo in silver ink lettering and black velvet for the ring holder. Well I just found out that older Tiffany & Co velvet ring presentation boxes used to have blue satin in the back with the Tiffany & Co. logo in gold in lettering. I was just wondering if anyone happened to know around what year/years they changed their boxes?
    Please let me know and thank you in advance for all the responses !!
  9. Sorry if this is late but I have to disagree about the item being fake. The bean pendant dates back to the 70s and the markings have had a few iterations. Many people don't realise that Tiffany & Co used to be a sans serif stamp. They just assume it's fake - shame :sad:
  10. Why would you think that it's fake when these were made in Spain and signed in exactly this manner? I can't see any red flags. The piece is very well made.
  11. This items looks quite old to me judging by the markings - I don't believe it's fake BTW. The length of items does change over time. What you have to ask primarily is "does this look like it's been made with care and attention to detail"? Counterfeiters are after a quick buck!

    I was sent a counterfeit item recently - the stamp was perfect but the finish was awful! When Tiffany & Co inspect items they do it through a loupe. You should have a look at the finish thorough a loupe too.

    Elsa Peretti lives in Catalonia, Spain and for that reason many of her design pieces have been manufactured there and are signed "Spain"
  12. Agreed
  13. The problem is you have made a lot of mistakes so it starts to look suspicious - like you're rubbishing everything to make your own items look attractive. I also run a business selling mostly Tiffany & Co and I don't see all the fakes that you do - that is why I'm suspicious!
  14. This item is quite old - I believe it to be real. The level of workmanship is fine. Judging by the markings it could be around 40 yrs old. No red flags for me!
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