Sunday, July 20, 2008

Theodore Haviland Limoge France broken china pendant

I just put a newly designed pendant up on my website at http://www.marjoriescracked.com/pendants5.html. The pendant is designed from a beautiful Theodore Haviland Limoge France plate. The china was a gift to me from my cousin Freddi. Unfortunately for Freddi, the plate was chipped in a couple of places. But luckily for me, I now have quite a few lovely shards of china to make some jewelry. I plan to make an entire set from this plate - earrings, wire crochet bracelet and possibly a wire crochet necklace and ring too and will post them when completed. Here's the pendant. Wrapped with silver artist wire, it measures 1-1/4" x 1-1/2". This lovely classical Limoge design makes an elegant piece of jewelry. The pendant comes with a 16" black velvet cord with a 2" extender.



If you're interested in this pendant, contact me directly or order through my website at http://www.marjoriescracked.com/pendants5.html. If you have any questions, please let me know.

4 comments:

NYPapercrafter said...

This pendant is so pretty

ChezChani said...

It's such a wonderful thing, when you can take something upsetting, like breaking a fine china plate, and turn it into a good thing.

Jonara Blu Maui said...

a beautiful piece! and lucky for you it had a chip! haha! I love the way you wrapped this one too with all the swirlies :)

Sarah said...

The wrapping on this is beautiful as is the chip of plate! I just love your work!