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Feeling Lucky with Antiquarian Couture

Feeling Lucky with Antiquarian Couture

Feeling Lucky with Antiquarian Couture MARCH 18, 2015 I hope everyone had a wonderful St. Patty’s Day and wore something green to not get pinched! Today I’m doing a collaboration with Antiquarian Couture to do an inspired look to showcase their amazing handmade jewelry.Deseo que todos hayan […]

Victorian Style Pendant with Blue Morpho

Straight out of history, this pendant was made using many Victorian era pendants as inspiration.  A wing from a Blue Morpho (Morpho menelaus) butterfly, sits inside of an antique pocket watch case back, and is coated in resin.  A dial cover, is attached to the top […]

Pirate-Themed Belt Buckle

A large bronze belt buckle has been filled with tiny, silver colored, metal beads and under a layer of resin. A watch case rest over a watch face and inside is a skull and crossbones charm. This is under resin as well.

Art Deco Meets Steampunk with Brass and Aluminum

A familiar, stepped, Art Deco shape, has been used with a long strip of NuGold in the center with brass strips on either side.  A strip of textured and shiny aluminum is over the center NuGold piece.  A brass square is in the center and on […]

Antique Elgin with Resin and Wing

This is a simple looking pendant but it shines with a gold colored metal under a thin coat of resin.  There is a metal wing on the side.  The watch movement was made by the Elgin National Watch Company and the serial number places it […]

Columbia Watch with Opals and Cicada Wing

This is an antique watch movement made by the Columbia Watch Company.  The serial number on the top means that this movement piece was made in the year 1897.  This watch movement has 4 opals attached to the front and a coat of thin resin […]