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An Uncommon Delight

While often colorful and eye-catching, Selro and Selini aren’t common names outside of avid costume jewelry collecting circles. Those who do take notice of these mid-range pieces find them to be quite fun to collect and wear, and even the more common pieces hold at least some value.

The main reason they’re off the radar, however, is that the majority of Selro pieces are not marked. Learning how to identify them can make picking more interesting and selling a lot more fruitful, especially when it comes to the rare designs.

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