Me and my mother Elaine incorporate redundant antique finds into unique wearable jewelry to be worn and loved again. After finding some antique watch dials in our garage back in 2011, we made it our mission to rescue forlorn, damaged and redundant vintage pieces into designs that have new lease of life.
Most of the jewellery is made from pieces you perhaps would not previously expect to conventionally work as a piece of jewellery such as Victorian and 1930’s watch and pocket-watch movements and dials. In the past, we have also used antique gaming piece and cabinet keys creating one of a kind pieces.
I have had an interest in antiques since I was first shown my Grandad’s den when I was around 7-years-old. I am an avid vintage jewelry collector and you will often find rare Micro Mosaic jewelry and enamel pieces in our online shop – my personal favorite. You can see more of our works here.
Made using a Victorian pocket-watch mechanism.
Made from an 110-year-old pocket-watch mechanism from America.
Made using an 110-year-old redundant pocket-watch dial.
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