Question by  Timmmy (23)

How much is my bone china thimble worth?


Answer by  dr84bhl (2789)

It depends on the age of the thimble, if it is very old 200 years you might get a few hundred dollars for the thimble as long as it is in immaculate condition. The rarer the thimble the more valuable.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well, it depends on how much a relative prospect customer is willing to pay. You will have to take it to an antique shop and see how much it is worth. I would say around 200.


Answer by  jillyann (40)

You can email an expert on China, Barbara Acchino, and she can offer help. She can refer you to someone that can give you an idea of what it is worth. You will need to provide a clear and detailed picture so she can forward it to her friend.


Answer by  SimonLC (234)

Depends on it's age and conservation condition. If it's immaculate and it has more than two hundred years, worth more than hundred dollars for shure. Otherwise you will have a short value.


Answer by  Karces (24)

I'm sorry to tell you that there isn't a conclusive answer to this question. The value can be anything between a dollar and a few thousand dollar, depending on condition, age and rarity.


Answer by  Tea (97)

Depending on brand name/designer, age (antique? ), condition, and attractiveness, a bone china thimble could be worth anywhere from one to twenty dollars. If it is a specialty/collector's item or a Wedgewood thimble, it could be worth more.

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