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The Golden Snitch

The golden snitch was done for a Harry Potter themed night, at the St. Louis Science Center.  To resemble the snitch from the movies, I did some research and found out that they were originally live creatures that were hunted to extinction, for the Quid-ditch […]

Butterfly Earrings with Lapis Lazuli

A pair of earrings was made by taking a pair of tiny butterfly wings and coat them in a thin coat of resin. On the front side of them, a pear shaped piece of lapis lazuli has been attached. They have a silver plated bail […]

Bee and amber on Watch Plate

An antique pocket watch movement plate still has the gears attached to it under a thin coat of resin. There is a metal bee on one side and some pieces of amber on the opposite side. This has a silver plated bail on the back […]

Large Blue Morpho with Brass and Red

A Blue Morpho butterfly wing has several coats of resin over it and has an antique pocket watch plate attached to the top. The plate was made by the Elgin National Watch Company in 1891. There is a smaller antique watch movement attached in the […]

Ammolite and Watch Parts Earrings 2

This set of earrings was made, originally, to go with the “Ammolite with Antique Watch Parts 1” necklace. These were made using small Ammolite fossils that have a thin coat of resin over them and then a single antique watch gear in the center. These […]

Ammolite and Watch Parts Earrings

These earrings will go well with the “Ammolite with Antique Watch Parts” necklace. They were designed as a set; originally. These are smaller Ammolite fossils with a thin coat of resin and a watch plate piece on each one. The both have a silver plated […]

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.