1. Post on anything costume jewelry that you want to sell or have listed at auction. This includes plugging websites, announcing site updates, sales. Piggyback paragraphs [see #11] on other vintage are OK to post, too, but not as freestanding posts.
2. Make your post as long as you want. Attachments of images are alright also.
3. Begin posting at MIDNIGHT Your Personal U.S. Time going into MONDAY, End posting at MIDNIGHT Your Personal U.S. Time going into TUESDAY. Don't push this limit in either direction by posting earlier or later than Midnight in Your Time Zone. The Time Stamp on your post states when it was sent. Be sure you send your post in your own time zone setting. No oopsie, I didn't know what time it was posts either, please.
4. ONE (1) For Sale (Auction, etc.) POST per POSTER on Mondays. Verify URLs yourself first before sending post so there are no Ooopsie posts because of typing errors.
5. During the rest of the week, NO for sale or at-auction posts, special offers, discount sales, site or auction plugs, or site updates, or other commercial offers of ANY KIND are permitted. Administrator will not hesitate to unsubscribe anyone breaking this rule.
UPDATE: Exception: On Fridays, other VINTAGE collectible items may be posted for sale and at auction on FRIDAY FLEAMARKET. The same time frame as for Monday Market applies, see 3. above.
6. ALL responses/replies to commercial offers should be made OFF the list. No list copies re interest or replies to offers may be posted to the list. Do not post on Solds either. Reply PRIVATELY to everyone re transactions.
PLEASE NOTE: This rule is absolutely necessary, and strictly enforced! If you, yourself, and everyone else on Jewelcollect also, would like to receive about 600 messages per day about every conceivable "other collectible" than jewelry, I will consider changing this rule. If you do not look forward to this much mail about things in which you have no interest, don't post on non-jewelry collectibles yourself either. Diamond, gold, etc. discussions are therefore also excluded, as they do not qualify as Costume Jewelry. If you are not sure if something is costume jewelry or not, ask yourself how you would wear it. If you can't wear it, it's not jewelry. COSTUME JEWELRY ONLY discussions, please remember that.