Losing your favourite piece of jewellery sucks. Losing your wedding ring: That's a nightmare. You could always rent a metal detector and sweep the area yourself, but The Ring Finders, a group of jewellery-finding enthusiasts, are better equipped to help you find your lost jewellery.
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Dear Lifehacker, I was wondering if you can help me appraise some gold stud earrings I wish to sell? They're jadelite cream with a vintage apple design. Each piece has 11 diamonds on the back totaling 22. I can see hallmarks but can't quite make them out. I don't know their value or maker. I would appreciate any help!
You've probably never thought about hiding something in the top of your door, but that's exactly what makes it such a great hiding place for small valuables. This video demonstrates how you can use this inconspicuous nook to keep your jewelry and important data safe.
If you've chosen to shop online for a ring either because you want something hand-crafted from a unique material, or you just dislike jewellery stores, you'll still need to know the right ring size before you buy. Grab a roll of scotch tape and this handy ring sizing chart from Blue Nile to get a good idea of what size you should buy.
From January 5, eBay will begin enforcing stricter policies around selling jewellery. The big change is that the Fine Jewellery category will be restricted to stuff set in a precious metal and with unaltered natural stones. Something to remember when you're flogging off Nanna's wedding gear. Picture by auntiep