Live Jewelry Haul – Jewelry Jar Unboxing – Make Money Selling Online – Selling on Ebay & Etsy

Check out the treasures I got in my latest jewelry jar. Lots of clip on earrings, costume jewelry, sterling silver, and a bit of gold filled.

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Jeweler’s Loupe:

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Dymo printer:

Poly bag combo pack:

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  • narpies gallo - January 13, 2018 reply

    Tasco jewelry can be real good if signed and vintage

  • susan wood - January 13, 2018 reply

    Hi Margaret, how do I take a look at the jewellry you have for sale on EBay uk? Thanks Sue

  • Alice Panda - January 13, 2018 reply

    Late to the party, but the Silver tone brooch at 4:30 is Sarah Cov.

  • vorkev1 - January 13, 2018 reply

    your price on that broch prices are high for just cheap china junk but the stuff that is vintage people will pay a lot fore and the stuff vintage in package people will pay way high fore. my self in my shop I sell stuff cheap I ant like most people who like to sit on stuff and go into debt I price my stuff to move fast and make money. the broch was nice but my self I would mark it $2 but I can see from things similar selling in the past someone paying $5 fore it.

  • Melissa Miscellaneous - January 13, 2018 reply

    The monkey guy you were trying to remember is from Paul Frank.

  • John Miller - January 13, 2018 reply

    I wish I could get same deals like you no where by me would sell wholesale by me. Do you sell everything or do you take some to jewelry shops?

  • Erin Rowland - January 13, 2018 reply

    Thank you for putting the time and effort into all of your videos! Your hair looks super cute too!

  • sue lester - January 13, 2018 reply

    purse charm..kathy van zealand

  • Jessica Christopher - January 13, 2018 reply

    I love those cat earrings. Wish you can send them to me in UK.

  • Jazzie Red - January 13, 2018 reply

    That thing with the heart, that you think may be a keychain, it might be a purse charm. It may have had a hook on it to hook it to a purse.

  • Nancy Mckay-Russell - January 13, 2018 reply

    Good jars! lots of good big necklaces you will make lots of money!! happy listing!Jealous~

  • Wanda Goodman - January 13, 2018 reply

    I am interested in the watches (if someone spoke up earlier I haven't read the comments. 🙂

  • omfug - January 13, 2018 reply

    when my local GW put out jars (they no longer sell them) they wrote on the jars–"No Gold" LOL

  • peace3601 - January 13, 2018 reply

    Really enjoy your jewelry videos. FYI… I took a look at your eBay store…you might want to fix the title of a tie tack you've recently listed…title says "V", but the picture shows a "B" initial. I was looking at your store because I'm interested in the Dutch shoe in this video.

  • Flippin For Fun - January 13, 2018 reply

    Hey Margaret that necklace with the pearls and stones in between…you asked what to call it. I'm thinking cultured Zulu;)…lol.

  • Susan Gardner - January 13, 2018 reply

    I think it's a necklace…. not a belt 🙂 Love your video's!

  • Penny Pinching Mom - January 13, 2018 reply

    Curious George but I think it's actually a sock monkey.

  • Reale Treasures - January 13, 2018 reply

    The small shell beads are called 'hishi' beads and they were 'surfer style' or Hawaiian style popular in the 60's and 70's.

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