A metal watch face sits with a bronze, metal cross on top. Lining the center of the cross, are Swarovski crystals and resin. There are two gold-colored, metal wings at the top. This hangs with a braided leather chord.
An early 1900’s Elgin Watch company movement plate piece, sits on top of a porcelain watch face. There are clear crystals on top of the plate piece. There is a bronze gear on top and a metal wing and a metal dragonfly charm. There is […]
This watch movement is signed at the top by the American Watham Watch Company which operated out of Waltham, Massachusetts. This mechanism has a serial number matching it to the production year of 1884. It has a thin coat of resin on it along with […]
An unidentifiable watch movement, was from a wrist watch with 15 jewels and 3 adjustments. The movement, itself, is in good condition and has a slight color color. This movement has been encased in an oval of green colored resin. This hangs from a leather […]
This pendant is made by taking an unmarked pocket watch movement and placing a thin coat of resin over it. This watch movement was made in the year 1900 and has the original ruby, still intact in it. A metal dragonfly has been attached towards […]
This hand painted, enamel coated, copper pocket watch dial, has a coat of resin. The dial matches those that were made in the 1920’s. On top of this dial is a bronze cross. Inside of the cross are lines of blue Swarovski crystals. This pendant […]
This pendant is made by using a shiny, gold colored, metal watch movement made by the Zenith company. The mechanism was made in 1910. You can still see the detail and parts in this movement. There are 3 small, red Swarovski crystals that have been […]
A large, heavy pocket watch movement was built by the Hamilton Watch Company in Pennsylvania. This was a model called the “974 Special” and was built for those working on the railroads in the 1920’s. It was coated in resin and there are 5 green […]