Monday, May 10, 2010

Heirloom jewelry created for your graduate

Graduation days are upon us once again. It's a proud time for many families and friends of those who have completed their educational goals. And as we prepare for the special date of celebration for those graduates, we begin to think of what we would like to give them to commemorate their achievements. We try to find something different, something that will speak to their hearts.

China is sometimes a part of a family for generations and so many memories can be attached to it. Turning a broken plate into a wire wrapped creation is my way of prolonging the life of those memories. Do you have cracked or chipped china with great sentimental value to you or your family? Does your son have a mug that his grandfather treasured? Does your daughter have a Beatrice Potter dish that she used as a child? These would all make perfect jewelry to commemorate this special occasion and that will be treasured for many generations to come.

Contact me to start the process. I will work with you to create the perfect piece. Ideas for your jewelry can be taken from the pieces that are shown on my website or you can leave it up to me to create a design. Both women's and men's jewelry can be created.

Of course, any of the finished pieces of jewelry available on my website would also be perfect for your special graduate. Broken china jewelry is a beautiful way to say "Congratulations". I also carry handcrafted sea glass and shell jewelry. Pendants, brooches, earrings, bracelets, rings and wire crochet necklaces are all available.

Visit my website and then contact me soon! And congratulations to all the graduates for their accomplishments.


לובה said...

Oh, wow! that's lovely!

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Miss Val's Creations said...

Turning old pieces of family china into jewelry would make the perfect heirloom!

ChezChani said...

That is a great graduation gift, a piece from the family collection!

Giovanna ♥ said...

Adorable pieces!
Hope you have an awesome day my dear!

Marjorie said...

Thanks so much to each of you! :)