A small, rectangle-shaped watch movement was made by the American Waltham Watch Company in 1928. This movement just has some pink Swarovski crystals attached to the top and a silver plated bail on the back.
The movement of the watch, is labeled as the “Monarch Watch” but most likely was a small brand used to bring in Swiss made watches, into America, for another seller’s company. The style looks like early 1900’s. This has been paired with a resin-coated Monarch […]
This is an antique watch movement made by the Columbia Watch Company in 1896. This movement has 5 Magenta colored Swarovski crystals attached to the top and a coat of resin and silver plated bail on the back. This hangs with a silver plated chain.
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 […]
An antique watch movement sits under a thin coat of resin and is attached to a cicada wing. A coat of resin is over the wing and there are eight blue Swarovski crystals on top. This has a silver plated bail on the back.
An antique pocket watch case back has been filled with copper beads and resin. The movement plate from a “Dollar Watch” has been attached to the top. Thirteen Swarovski, orange, fire crystals have been attached to the top with a coat of resin. This has […]