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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, […]

Neon Blue Apatite with Metal Wing and Crystals

This pendant was made using an antique watch movement plate that was coated in resin and a large metal wing was attached to one side. There are 6 blue-green Swarovski crystals attached to the top along with a cabochon of Apatite. This has a silver […]

Antique Watch Movement with Crystal and Wing

This pendant was made using an antique watch movement, made by the Elgin National Watch Company, in 1893. There is a small watch wheel in the center, with a single blue Swarovski crystal. There is a metal wing attached to the side and this hangs […]