Jewelry, Gems, & Minerals/PT

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Cheryl. wrote at 2008-08-21 14:40:28
Hi. The PT stands for Past Times which is the name of a high street shop. I worked at their head office for a number of years and have seen this ring many times. I am sorry to add though that it looks like you have been given one of the rings which had a spelling error. It should read Semper Amemus, which means forever love and not Amemvs.

Cheryl.


Sorcha wrote at 2015-01-13 02:47:33
Not sure if this is still monitored, but the PT stands for Past Times, the shop that stocked these rings. The rings are Sterling Silver. I used to work there and have the same posey rings still to this day.


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With over 28 years in the jewelry industry we can answer most any questions you may have regarding "fine" jewelry, we cannot answer questions regarding "costume" jewelry or antique value jewelry unless it is diamond or gemstone related. In addition I cannot answer questions regarding Hallmarks or which jeweler made your item of jewelry. Please do not ask these questions as I am a diamond expert and jewelry designer.

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