All posts tagged: silver

Metal Filigree with Dragonfly

A round metal filigree charm has an antique watch case in the center. Inside of the case, is a few antique watch pieces and a real dragonfly wing, under resin. On top of this, is attached a metal dragonfly. This has a silver plated bail […]

Original Watch Movement with Wing

An antique watch movement has a thin coat of resin over it and a single, large, metal wing attached to the side. This style is very similar to the first ever pendant created by Antiquarian Couture. This has a silver plated bail on the back […]

Fusee Chain on Metal Feathered Wing

A metal wing charm, that has the feathers etched in, has a thin coat of resin over it. Attached to the top, is a Fusee’ watch movement chain. This has a silver plated bail on the back and a silver plated chain.

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 […]

Ammolite with Antique Watch Parts 2

A curved piece of Ammolite fossil has a thin coat of resin over it and some antique watch pieces. This one has a gear in the center and a tiny watch plate. This has a silver plated bail on the back and a silver plated […]

Antique Watch with Monarch and Emeralds

An antique watch movement, was made by the American Waltham Watch Company in 1906 and has a thin coat of resin over it. Towards the bottom, a Monarch butterfly wing has been coated in resin and attached. On the top side of this pendant, there […]

Antique Watch with Opals and Dragonfly

An antique watch movement, was made by the American Waltham Watch Company, in 1892. It has a thin coat of resin on the top and a dragonfly at the bottom. There are six opals, attached to the top. There is a silver plated bail on […]