Archive for the ‘ Circuspunk ’ Category

SOLD Time Warp Earrings

10th October 2012 | Closed

Feature brass pipe beads, Czech glass beads, and metal loops rescued and recycled from older, broken jewelry.┬áThese are designed and handmade in my studio, one of a kind.  

SOLD Neo-Victorian “Windrose” Necklace

31st July 2011 | Closed

  Created in my private studio with brass filigree, compass rose (also known as a “windrose”), cartographer “wind” charms, Czech glass beads, stone-inlaid globe, turquoise, and a combination of new and vintage chain. Centerpiece measures 1.75 x 2.75 inches. Length is adjustable with lobster clasp (shown below) between 15 and 17 inches long — it […]

SOLD Victorian Carousel Bracelet

24th January 2011 | Closed

Features a brass carousel horse charm riveted to a hammered brass disk, linked with brass rings and brass tokens which read “For amusement only.” I don’t know the origin of the tokens — I purchased them from an antiques dealer who said he found them in a sack in an old Ohio barn. The bejeweled […]

SOLD Steampunk Amusement Park Necklace

21st February 2009 | 0 Comments

This necklace was made with vintage pocket watch and wrist watch parts, and old, brass amusement park tokens. The tokens were purchased from an antiques dealer who said they were found in a sack in an old Ohio barn, but I have no idea exactly how old they are or where they originally came from. […]

SOLD Victorian Carnival Necklace

27th November 2007 | Closed

This piece was made with vintage brass tokens found in an Ohio barn, each says “For Amusement Only” and features some naturally-occurring spots of patina. Typewriter-style letter charms spell FUN. Also includes one bicycle charm (an 1880s high-wheel style bicycle), an old-fashioned metal roller skate with movable wheels, a carousel horse, and a heart. Amusement […]