Some of the prettiest jewelry, can be purchased at thrift stores for less than pennies on the dollar. If you discover a bracelet or necklace with a missing link or a lost clasp, a few moments can repair them like new. Inexpensive findings (links and clasps) can be purchased at craft stores, or on line at jewelry supply sites.
In many instances, the people at the thrift store will let you have those pieces for twenty five or fifty cents, because to them it is merely a broken piece of jewelry. They do not have the time to worry about them, and are glad to be rid of them.
By willow fahy from Philadelphia
OMG, I live in So California and jewelry here is so expensive in the thrift stores that you can't find a broken piece for less than $5.00, any thing nicer will be closer to $10.00 and if it is silver it up to $20.00 which makes it more expensive that a silver store in the Mall. Happy serching for you enjoy it while you can.
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