- Feb 2, 2016
Ugh that just makes me so mad for you! You know even if you have a lot of jewelry it can be just one piece that you lost that sticks with you.Yeah, it still makes me really mad, 20 years later!
There was a certain jewelry box that somehow got lost in the shuffle.
When I asked about it's whereabouts, I never really got a good answer, so I let it go.
Your mom's rings were more precious than my nana's ring. To have them stolen is just heartbreaking.Ugh that just makes me so mad for you! You know even if you have a lot of jewelry it can be just one piece that you lost that sticks with you.
For me it's my mother's wedding set, stolen from our condo in 2003, still haunts me.
Super helpful! I was thinking for a piece from that time period, with that style should roughly be around $300. There is one on ebay that is double that price, I felt in my gut it was a bit high^ Let me put it this way ... it is entirely possible that an Ostby Barton toi et moi is listed on LT for $245 which coincidentally is a bit less than the price paid for it ... hope that info helps!
I am the person who bought this ring. I am in love with it and its history and will keep it unchanged.I stumbled upon this ring on Mercari last night, it had sold for $525, the diamond is a 60 point old mine cut according to the seller, so someone got a great deal. If anyone has any Ostby Barton pieces please share them!
Of course. Story of it for me is the day my dad passed away my husband bought this for me. Our first date was to watch Titanic (I am in love with the story) we have been married 20 years.I'm so glad that you posted and that it went to a good home!
We would love to see handshots if you are inclined