Gear Cog Ring

An antique pocket watch spring case, is attached to a metal, adjustable ring base. A gear is attached on top with a smaller gear in the middle.

My resources

One of the questions I am always asked of, when I am in person showing off my jewelry, is “where do you get your watches?” I answer; “I am still working off of a huge amount of watches that I received at a flea market […]

Back to Doctor who

Back to Doctor who

After doing my last Doctor who inspired piece, I swore I would never make another one again; or so I thought.  Making a clear, see-through, piece that is recognizable from the fandom, is hard to do.  The below image shows an image on the left, […]

Pirate Benrus Ring

An antique watch movement by the Benrus Watch Company has a Skull and Crosbones charm on top with two red Swarovski crystals. This sits on a metal adjustable ring base.

Metal Dragonfly on Antique Dial

An porcelain coated, copper, antique dial has a coat of resin and has a metal dragonfly attached to the front. This has a silver plated bail on the back and hangs with a silver plated chain.

Elgin with Amethyst

An oval shaped watch movement, made by the Elgin National Watch Company in 1947, sits with a thin coat of resin and a large pear-shaped amethyst on the bottom. This has a silver plated bail on the back and hangs with a silver plated chain.

Prototype Lapel Pin

The first lapel pin created by Antiquarian Couture as a test. This has a metal flower charm as a base and a wrist watch case attached to the top. Inside of the case is a watch spring, still coiled around the inside, a bee’s wing, […]