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    Rings, Bracelets, wallets, lighters, Tie clips, watches etc. what bling do you'll tend to take out regularly?)

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    Mont Blanc wallet, Dunhill lighter,Cartier wedding ring, Omega Sea Master, signet ring and some accumulated bracelets from holidays) oh and a Tiki ))

    Feel free to post pictures if you like)
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    Phone, Pokeballs, Whip, Handcuffs, Lube, Laminated photo of Olivier Giroud, Wallet, the Heart of a Child.
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    ring, chain, wallet and clip
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    Phone, Pokeballs, Whip, Handcuffs, Lube, Laminated photo of Olivier Giroud, Wallet, the Heart of a Child.
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    (Original post by Napp)
    Rings, Bracelets, wallets, lighters, Tie clips, watches etc. what bling do you'll tend to take out regularly?)

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    Mont Blanc wallet, Dunhill lighter,Cartier wedding ring, Omega Sea Master, signet ring and some accumulated bracelets from holidays) oh and a Tiki ))

    Feel free to post pictures if you like)
    my 18kt 2oz belcher neck chain
    my curb chains (2oz platinum necklace, 6 oz silver bracelet and my 1oz yellow gold bracelet )
    my pinkie rings (platinum and 23ct emerald, 18kt yellow gold and 31ct sapphire)
    my signet ring (sterling with a diamond)
    my heavy rings (14kt yellow gold and 20ct ruby and my 0.9ct diamond 18kt white gold ice ring )
    at least one of the Rolexes (if I'm traveling then I wear both one local and one home time zone)
    my palladium and emerald tie slide
    my Gucci shades
    my LV wallet
    my diamond encrusted Rolex style bracelet
    my emerald and 14kt white gold bangle

    total replacement value of £85,000
    total cost of £32,000
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    My wallet and watch most of the times. I wear my chain very less often
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    (Original post by jamesthehustler)
    my 18kt 2oz belcher neck chain
    my curb chains (2oz platinum necklace, 6 oz silver bracelet and my 1oz yellow gold bracelet )
    my pinkie rings (platinum and 23ct emerald, 18kt yellow gold and 31ct sapphire)
    my signet ring (sterling with a diamond)
    my heavy rings (14kt yellow gold and 20ct ruby and my 0.9ct diamond 18kt white gold ice ring )
    at least one of the Rolexes (if I'm traveling then I wear both one local and one home time zone)
    my palladium and emerald tie slide
    my Gucci shades
    my LV wallet
    my diamond encrusted Rolex style bracelet
    my emerald and 14kt white gold bangle

    total replacement value of £85,000
    total cost of £32,000
    Are we talking full carats here or do you mean .23/.31 etc seeing as a 31ct gem in a ring would be umm shall we say unweildly at best?
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    Poke balls, great balls if they're playing hard to get and ultra balls for the ones worth keeping
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    (Original post by Napp)
    Are we talking full carats here or do you mean .23/.31 etc seeing as a 31ct gem in a ring would be umm shall we say unweildly at best?
    full carats and they weren't cheap either both are older pieces I bought from an estate dealer
    they cost me a little under £8,000 and are worth £24,000
    you missed the 20ct ruby, however that was cheap it only cost me £900 for and half of that was the stone
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    (Original post by jamesthehustler)
    full carats and they weren't cheap either both are older pieces I bought from an estate dealer
    they cost me a little under £8,000 and are worth £24,000
    you missed the 20ct ruby, however that was cheap it only cost me £900 for and half of that was the stone
    Wouldn't those be somewhat awkward on a ring, especially a signet ring?

    I assume you mean a signet ring at any rate, not entirely up to date on American terminology

    impressive, might I ask where you found such a cheap Ruby? I'd assume fire sale/heavily flawed/man made for that price?
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    (Original post by Napp)
    Wouldn't those be somewhat awkward on a ring, especially a signet ring?

    I assume you mean a signet ring at any rate, not entirely up to date on American terminology

    impressive, might I ask where you found such a cheap Ruby? I'd assume fire sale/heavily flawed/man made for that price?
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    my ruby is bad in condition terms but it looks impressive and most people out of the trade don't know the difference I do love it though and well the ring was appraised at £7.000 to replace so I did great
    as for where it was a lucky buy on eBay I saw the listing with 5 mins left with no bidders and just jumped as my gut told me it was good I paid £900 for the pair of stones that were liquidated stock from a bankrupt Asian jewellers and well the other ruby was the same size and I got £9,000 for it (it was cleaner and had a large pink 'silky' section of about 9cts)
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    now i have a bigger one in my business inventory it's a 50ct not quite as pink but still a big pink zone and i am taking it to a london dealer as i bought it from a school friend who inherited it and i paid him £2,000 and i am hoping it paid off
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    phone, headphones + mp4, if my phones low on charge, keys, wallet ( or oyster/travel card, credit card and money ), zippo and a pack cigarettes. really takes a lot of space to hold all that ****, would be much easier if i didnt smoke. why do you have a Dunhill lighter and no smokes, theyre not cheap and theyre pretty crappy lighters really, then again your list sounds like **** really.
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