This crystal reverse carved (Intaglio) Vintage Cameo pendant is so beautiful in person! Pictures just don’t do it justice. It presents as a pale pink, but it will pick up more colors as it flashes. I have added a gorgeous aurora earring, beads to enhance it. I created the chain from vintage pink rosary beads and made the crystal chain from vintage crystals from a broken necklace. Something old is new again and better than ever! You will LOVE this piece!
Vintage Intaglio glass Cameo - 1 3/8” diameter
Vintage Aurora rhinestone earring
Vintage crystals and glass bead
Custom chain created from vintage crystal beads - adjustable from 28” - 31”
This early 1960’s mesh cufflink has a wonderful faceted crystal that has all sorts of depth in it! It truly look like a crystal ball! I have found single pieces of this crystal in other vintage applications with prices ranging from $99. - $135.! I’ve sourced these at a price that makes them accessible to you. I’ve altered this wonderful piece to create a simple and striking statement necklace.l
Early 1960’s cufflink with faceted watermelon crystal
Gold tone chain - 22”- 26”
Add length of Cufflink (2 1/2”) for finished length
…another name for this necklace could be “Protection from Pricks” 😏😆. I’ve used 3 vintage & antique thimbles floating above each other, with a handmade tassel at the bottom. The chain reflects the mixed metals of the thimbles with antique work clothes buttons giving extra style. A great necklace for the seamstress or just about anyone!
These a-ma-zing, SUPER LONG, earrings have been hanging in my studio for months! I had converted them from clips but they were so dirty and my solutions weren’t cleaning them to my satisfaction. My OCD self knew I would need to be in a punishing mood to wire grind the rust and polish each spangle individually to get them clean. So today was the day! 42 of the little pieces have been touched by me front and back! They aren’t perfect but they are now in good vintage condition! Very dramatic…I have a shorter neck and they brush my collarbone. So when you need an “oh my gosh where did you get those” day….these are ready.
This Necklace is the perfect piece to own when you want a long necklace that goes with EVERYTHING & is also so unique and interesting! I’ve used wonderful vintage buttons and baubles in a neutral palette that is anything BUT boring!
Large vintage carved Pearl button 1 1/2” diameter
Vintage Aurora Pearl spangle - 3/4” diameter
Vintage aurora pearl sew through button - 1/2”
Vintage Pearl & crystal beads & aurora shell pendant
Silver tone chain -30”
Finished length 34 1/2”
I am happy to adjust chain length to your specifications
These earrings are the perfect finishing touch when you need a light and stunning pair of earrings! I repurposed these vintage clip on earrings so you can enjoy the amazing vintage stones 50 + years later!
Two vintage circa late 1960’s-early 1970’s earrings
Get the celebration started with a bang! This necklace is so fun! A lot of bling in an understated way…and very light. I’ve used vintage pins, earrings & baubles to make this piece one you will love to wear!
These used to be men’s cufflinks in the 1920’s….and 100 years later I have given them a new life as earrings. The outside frame of the cufflink is white celluloid set in sterling silver and the interior is black celluloid.
Imagine the dapper man that never left his home without his stylish cuff links. These exquisite black and white cufflinks are reimagined into a one of a kind bracelet that is sure to cause a stir! The bracelet features eleven vintage cuff links in a pretty, perfect row.
These pieces feature:
Eleven vintage 1915s - 1920s-era mother of pearl & celluloid cuff links set in sterling. Monogram letters are: M or W (you decide), B, H, & L
Gold Victorian cufflinks are combined to create this exquisite bracelet. These cufflinks were popular from the 1900’s-1915. The pieces are finely detailed and becoming hard to source. This bracelet will not disappoint!
I’ve created this shadow box necklace using a vintage butterfly wing pendant, a found shell & seahorse charm. I added the word journey to invoke memories of travel and added vintage pearl beads for accents. Butterfly wing jewelry was a popular souvenir item in the 1940’s and collected today. I finished it off with a vintage pearl costume necklace for just the right amount of “wow”! An original mixed media art piece you can wear!
Cut steel jewelry, buttons & buckles became popular in France in 1760’s & continued to be made until the late 1800’s. The cuts on each steel rivet catch the light & the pattern is delicate and striking! The overall color reads as a darker silver or pewter, but there are also flashes of bronze & copper colors.