Archive for the ‘ Necklaces ’ Category

SOLD Steampunk Secrets Necklace

13th June 2012 | Closed

The plans for your time machine are locked away in your mind… and your secret romance in the year 1892 is locked away in your heart… This one-of-a-kind necklace features an old key purchased in an antique shop, new Czech glass beads with “picasso” finish, coiled wire links in gunmetal finish, and a steampunk ceramic […]


Timeless Jewel Necklace

24th May 2012 | Closed

I enjoy taking old, antique and broken parts and making new, beautiful jewelry. This triangular jewel in a brass setting was purchased from an antiques dealer as a piece from broken jewelry. I have no idea how old it is or where it came from. I cemented the jewel to some new filigree and added […]


SOLD Clockpunk “Gear Maille” Necklace

3rd December 2011 | Closed

I’ve seen similar patterns made in chainmaille, but this one is made with gears instead of links. The gears measure 3/4-inch (18mm) across and are decorative, not actual clockworks. Brass chain is adjustable between 16 and 18 inches long, with lobster claw clasp. This is an original piece of jewelry art, designed and handmade in […]


SOLD Steampunk Phial Necklace

22nd November 2011 | Closed

Glass bottle pendant is 2 inches high, and contains real watch and clock parts, gears, main spring, crown, bridges, etc. Brass chain is 18 inches long, with lobster claw clasp. This is an original work of jewelry art, designed and handmade in my studio.


SOLD Clockwork Kipling Pendant

11th October 2011 | Closed

I made this pendant using a brass bezel, real watch gears, brass elephant charm, and a found image (cut out, not printed off a computer) of Nobel Prize winning Victorian/Edwardian author Rudyard Kipling from an India travel brochure. Set in resin. Pendant measures 1-1/4 x 2 inches, on 18-inch vintage chain.   


SOLD Medieval Peccatum Pendant

1st September 2011 | Closed

“Peccatum” is the Latin word for “sin.” This miniature of a medieval painting depicts Adam, Eve, the apple and the serpent. I’ve been collecting ephemera for years and I don’t remember where I got this picture, or who is the artist, but it probably came from an old National Geographic magazine or an old art history textbook. […]


SOLD Steampunk Portal Pendant

24th August 2011 | Closed

This piece features a “portal” of red clay and metallic glaze, with real watch gears from broken watches, set in Ice Resin. The ring of the portal was made by Elaine Ray who makes ceramic jewelry parts, but the pendant itself was designed and assembled by myself in my private studio. Pendant measures 1-1/8 inches […]


SOLD Clockwork Queen Victoria Pendant

16th August 2011 | Closed

I made this pendant using a brass bezel, real watch and pocket watch gears, and a found image (cut out, not printed off a computer) of Queen Victoria from an India travel brochure. Set in resin. Pendant measures 1-1/4 x 2 inches, on 20-inch brass ball chain. This is an original work of jewelry art, […]


SOLD Tarot “Star” Pendant

26th July 2011 | Closed

In the Tarot, the Star represents looking ahead or beyond, hope, inspiration and renewal. This is a “found” image (not drawn or printed off of a computer). It’s set it in a copper bezel, cemented to copper-colored filigree, with faceted Czech glass accents. One-of-a-kind, handmade in my private studio.


SOLD Steampirate Necklace

24th July 2011 | Closed

This is one of a kind, designed and created in my private studio, featuring parts from broken pocket watches and clocks, and a brass skull-and-crossbones. The watch parts have their natural discoloration from age and use, and are engraved “A.T & S. Fe. train dispatcher.” I am not an expert on collectible watches, but I have […]