First thing first : Inspect your jewellery for a maker's mark. Entirely inspect each in. of the piece. If you received your jewellery from a member of the family, ask them about it's history. Though many styles come into fashion after a time, it's still possible to ID an older piece by the style and material. Does it seem to have gemstones? Establish it they are real gemstones. Go to a well lighted place and have a look at the stone thru the loupe.
Do you see small bubbles in the stone? Small air bubbles mean it is formed from plastic or glass. Is it open backed? Are you able to see the back of the stone when you turn the piece over? Will the back of the stone look glossy as in gold or silver coloured foil? These are foil back rhinestones and not real gems. Unless you are acquainted with gems and diamonds, your best shot is to take it to a jeweler or valuer if you believe it is real. Invoices for present items that you did not personally receive. Giving gifts of an intensely private nature from or to another girl. Getting an extremely pricey present from any female aside from yourself or a relation. To find them, all you want are your eyes and ears, your private awareness of your man, and the data contained in the book. Click here to read stuff about mens rings. If your partner gives gifts to other girls and receiving gifts in return, your wedding may be in significant danger -- particularly if you find other revealing signs.