The OOAK Salvaged Chandelier Crystal Assemblage Necklaces are dwindling fast.
So are the etched demi-cuffs with vintage metal tassels, rhinestones, and sacred medals.
A blue enamel sacred medal with matching lapis blue stones.
Solid brass corsage bracelets: Prom Night 24/7.
Sometimes I look at something a while and decide to "tweak" it a bit. This time I added some Swarovski crystal rhinestone chains set in solid brass around the bezel. Just what the doctor ordered!
I had more room, so I was able to incorporate my dress form which my boys have affectionately named "Ruth" after my grandmother whose sewing and jewelry remnants are what I initially fiddled with and brought In Small Spectacles into existence. One man wanted to buy the clothes!
I made a few garlands using some brown and gold sparkle tulle and added the vintage chandelier crystals I was unable to use.
Women really love lingering over the bowl of vintage clusters. Can't blame them. It's fun to make a necklace yourself and that is one of a kind!
I have a week off for other creative endeavors, namely decorating for a banquet. My next show is the Saturday after Thanksgiving. I'll put out a reminder. Until then, look for new updates because I just got a HUGE lot of vintage Japanese copper and brass tube chain and have big plans for it. I'm also going to spruce up my work room a bit, so I'll post pictures of that as well.
As always, thanks for checking in!