Beladora.com is an “easy-to-navigate” site that stocks vintage pieces from “Chanel and Cartier” next to other “similarly gorgeous” jewelry.
Doverjewelry.com provides “exceptionally detailed descriptions” and a selection that ranges from “playful cocktail rings” to “fine diamond filigree brooches.”
Langantiques.com is the place to find “rare, mint-condition (and often big-ticket)” items.
Doyledoyle.com is an online showcase for all the “glamorous” finds discovered by a tiny shop on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The store’s “wide range” includes reasonable jewelry for “under $500.”
Eriebasin.com is a “relatively small but constantly updated” site built around a collection of “moody, beautifully offbeat Victorian-era” pieces.
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