All posts tagged: watch

Atlas and Resin Watch Pendant

This was a difficult pendant to create. This uses two different watch movement plates and they are attached on the sides to an antique pocket watch spring. In the middle of these pieces, is several coats of resin. In the center of the bottom plate […]

Antique Watch Plate with Dragonfly and Blue

An antique pocket watch movement plate, has a smaller watch movement attached in the upper left corner. There is a metal dragonfly attached to the bottom and thirteen blue Swarovski crystals have been attached to the top. There is a silver plated bail on the […]

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

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 […]