A tiny and round, antique watch movement is attached to the top of a metal wing. It hangs with a silver plated bail and a stainless steel chain.
This tiny watch movement was made by the Hamilton Watch Company in 1949. It has a thin coat of resin on it and then has a small metal wing on the bottom. Near the top, is an over-sized, white topaz. This hangs with a silver […]
This necklace is made by using a very ornate looking, antique watch movement, with engraved numbers and letters. A complete mystery, the watch has no company name, brand or trademark, but bears the phrase “Maid of Orleans” at the bottom and a serial number of […]
This tiny pendant is an antique watch movement, most likely from a lady’s watch line, made by the Wittnauer Watch Company. It has a thin coat of resin on it and a metal wing has been attached to the side of it. A diamond-cut, white […]
An antique, automatic watch movement, from the Elgin Watch Company, has a coating of resin on one side only. The other side with the balance disk is still free to move and spin along the central axis. If the watch worked, every time the disk […]
This piece is made from different antique watches. The watch plate at the 12 o’clock position is the original piece still attached to the backing. The plate on the side near the 4 o’clock position, was an additional one. In the center of the large […]
A necklace is made by making a jeweled beetle and attaching it to a dog tag. The dog tag has a flower image on it and on top of that is the beetle over a coat of resin. The body of the beetle is made […]