Jewelry made from fragments of broken vintage china

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9 Responses to “Jewelry made from fragments of broken vintage china”

  1. Jessica Voigts says:

    My friend Liam has been doing this for years, with shards he finds in Ireland! http://www.liamshardjewelry.com/ – I love that he sources them from a place I love so much. :)

  2. t3kna2007 says:

    Many vases died to bring you this jewelry.  

  3. HeatherD says:

    I’d love to know which market? Camden?

  4. Taj2 says:

    I’d like to suggest http://nozomiproject.com/ for anyone interested in this type of jewelry.
    “one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry featuring broken pieces of pottery left in the wake of the tsunami (called the Shards of Hope product line)”

    • welcomeabored says:

      Applause for some quick thinking folks, who still saw the beauty and usefulness in the broken pieces.

  5. Taj2 says:

    Might I suggest the nozomiproject.com. It consists of women in northern Japan making “one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry featuring broken pieces of pottery left in the wake of the tsunami (called the Shards of Hope product line),”

  6. the damned fool says:

    Shards: for when you want something sharp to wear. 

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