Monday, August 19, 2013

New Broken China Jewelry In My Shop Today


I've been busy as usual but wanted to share with you a few of the new
pieces of broken china jewelry that I recently finished. These are all
up for sale in my Etsy shop, so be sure to check them out!


Antique flow blue china with shamrock or clover motif



 Antique Art Deco butterfly or Luna moth from 1915 calendar plate Phrenite drop




 Antique Art Nouveau roses porcelain




 Antique orange poppies Art Deco china




Antique bird of paradise china - rare china pattern




Antique flow blue china with shamrock or clover motif




Antique blue green teal English transferware with Iris floral pattern




 Antique Art Nouveau roses porcelain





Antique Art Deco butterfly or Luna moth from 1915 calendar plate



Antique pansy chintz china




Antique rare cherub or cupid with bow and arrow china



Antique mulberry or purple English transferware with rose floral pattern



Vintage pastel floral chintz china



Antique mulberry or purple English transferware with rose floral pattern



 Antique Art Nouveau roses porcelain



 Antique orange poppies Art Deco china



Antique blue green teal English transferware with Iris floral pattern



 Antique Art Nouveau roses porcelain



Antique Art Deco butterfly or Luna moth from 1915 calendar plate






What do you think?



5 comments:

  1. Very nice, I like the art deco butterfly piece.

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  2. your pieces are always so lovely and you do such beautiful work.
    I am amazed at how beautiful plates were and wonder where you find your supplies. I think you mentioned once that you only use broken pieces...I would find it difficult to break a piece, yet it would be for a good cause, beginning life as a piece of jewelery.

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  3. These are so gorgeous! So many favorites!

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  4. These are ALL absolutely beautiful. Each one truly unique!

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  5. Just stumbled upon your Etsy and, consequently, your blog. The word Fantastigorgeful comes to mind :D I did soldering for a couple of years so I know how very difficult that beading is. Yours is just beautiful!

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