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Q: Is the expensive silver and stone jewellery in Beijing's Tibetan shops real?

Many of the Tibetan shops around Houhai and Nanluoguxiang sell silver necklaces upwards of 800rmb with no bargaining allowed. I really like Tibetan jewellery but have developed such a suspicion towards buying things here, afraid that they're fakes. Does anyone have any experience buying Tibetan jewellery here?

7 years 33 weeks ago in  Shopping - Beijing

 
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there's a 90 % chance of being fakes. i would try to find someone who can tell the difference . if you dont know anybody then i wouldn't pay that much for them. unless im 100% sure theyr real

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i'm not a jewelry person but i wouldnt by anything like that in china lieing and cheating is encouraged here especially with regard to foreigners

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Nothing in China is real dear. Smile

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You have to check by yourself after all you are going to buy <a href="

http://www.warrenjames.co.uk/jewellery/

">expensive silver jewellery.</a> Apart from this, there is a 98 % chance of being fakes. 

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You have to check by yourself afterall you are going to buy an expensive silver jewellery. There is a 98 % of chances being fakes.

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Yes or may be. because every expensive silver and stone jewellery is very costly compared to other imitation jewellery. 

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