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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Julie Ames - Broken China Jewelry

Julie Ames, the artisan behind the Broken Plate Pendant Company smashes plates selected from thrift stores, antique shops and department stores and turns the shards into jewelry.
This Baltimore mom also offers her valuable service to transform the shattered pieces of treasured heirloom china into wearable keepsakes.
Visit her etsy store for many more charming pieces.

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10 comments:

  1. How beautiful! The bracelets are really cool! :) I tried my hand at mosaic once but it's just too messy with kids around.

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  2. It's beautiful! In fact, I recognized a china pattern that I once had in one of the rings.

    How creative!

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  4. Those are really beautiful. It's amazing they come from smashed plates. You can tell she takes the time to carefully select the images.

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  5. Oooooh. I like those!!! Going there....

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  6. Charming indeed! I just love the bracelets. What a clever idea.

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  7. Veronica these are beautiful! What a great idea. I swear I wish I was crafty!

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  8. Thanks so much for sharing!!

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