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Does anyone know where this line is made. I tried to check online but didn’t find anything and the description on QVC says imported.

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@wakefield64 

I think Mexico.  Love it

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Imperial Gold was once made in Texas.  As another poster stated, they moved to Mexico. 

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Each piece should have the country of origin stamped on it.

New Mexico☀️Land Of Enchantment
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Have to check mine never looked

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Mexico

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When gold gets higher, I think my two bracelets may get sold.  They are flat and to me don't look that great on.  There are things I'd rather have let's say!  Woman Very Happy

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When did this company move to Mexico? I've never heard sales rep Linda say this. I know she always made a point to say USA made in Texas.

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She's South of the border, now.

 

@Sooner   I sold lot of stuff to US Gold month ago when gold was at 1760

 

One day it's gonna drop like a lead balloon. It might go little higher towards election, but, you just don't know.

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@sharke wrote:

She's South of the border, now.

 

@Sooner   I sold lot of stuff to US Gold month ago when gold was at 1760

 

One day it's gonna drop like a lead balloon. It might go little higher towards election, but, you just don't know.


It's still very high. And if it sinks, it won't be anytime soon.