Identifying a Jewelry Mark?

I would like to know if some one could tell me what this mark means?

Please and thank you!

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October 28, 20190 found this helpful

Could be VI (image upside down?) which is the ID of Vicenza, the "capital" of gold production in Italy.

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October 28, 20190 found this helpful

It is not real gold. I can tell from the clasp with the extension. It is a manufacturers mark.

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October 29, 20190 found this helpful

I checked on an antique jewelry site that has a list of all types of marks they put on jewelry. This mark is not there. Therefore, it is just a vintage piece of jewelry and not the real deal. If you would like to look further just in case I missed something here is the link to check out. www.langantiques.com/.../

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October 29, 20190 found this helpful

It is a pretty set, but the mark is very blurry.

If you can get a better picture of it, you can see if this site will help you:

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www.costumejewelrycollectors.com/.../

You may be able to get them through their Facebook page.

It looks like a costume piece to me based on the style and the clasps.

There are some costume pieces that still have value, so hopefully once you get the ID, if you are looking to sell, I can share some info and tips.

Post back what the experts tell you! Thanks!

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October 29, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you for replying everyone!
I am still working on this one. Googled Roman Numerals for marks! Tiffany Atlas Jewelry (Timeless Edition?) Came up . Unclear yet on value and exact maker. As far as metal it is non-magnetic. I'm unclear on material. I don't see any chips even up close with a Jewelers tool.

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A freind suggested (Rose Gold?). I put it under a blacklight and the clear stones/gems showed a deep velvet purple. Still also unsure about if real or not. I will probably go to a jeweler soon. I really appreciate all the help and if you find anything else. Please let me know.

Thank you again!

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October 29, 20190 found this helpful

I am looking forward to learning more.

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