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Copper Pipe Pendants, diy Also put picture in background and used mixed media, making a collage and topping with dimensional gloss or epoxy coating

The Beadful Life @ BeadFX: Copper Pipe Pendants

♥ 15th century purse

Purse | Northern European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Victorian Antique Diamond And 14k Gold Necklace

Antique Diamond Necklace |

Locket wrist watch III by ~Pinkabsinthe on deviantART.

Locket wrist watch III by Pinkabsinthe on deviantART


Bracelets out of old earrings

vintage catholic medal

vintage heart lockets

Vintage doorknobs

Late 2nd-1st century BC (Hellenistic). gold, amethyst, chalcedony, emerald, rock crystal, pearl, and colored glass. Elaborate diadems or necklaces featuring centerpieces of inlaid stones, pendants, and beaded chains go back to 3rd- and 2nd-century Greek jewelry. This necklace was found on the neck of the deceased; as the symbol of the soul, the butterfly was an appropriate motif for a burial gift. The Art Walters Museum.

oil can +vintage wood spool + rolls of crochet thread - awesome DIY display for brooches/pins!

Vintage tub remake.

Victorian awesome!

Uses for vintage buttons

crewel embroidery

18th century french sampler book

Pretty Vintage frames.

vintage purse

beautiful necklaces


Enlightened by Richard Saunders | 500px

"A very rare and seldom seen Solid silver groat of Queen MARY .This item which dates circa 1553-1554 AD, shows Mary's head on the Obverse and the coat of arms on the reverse. The pomegranate mint mark can be seen,and this item has a good allover nice dark tone -(good silver)."

1862 Gold dollar

c. 1910 Black Cotton Velvet and Silk Chantilly Lace Edwardian Gown

"Chatelaine is French for “mistress of the castle” In the 18th and 19th centuries, women in charge of their estates wore a decorative clip of long chains holding important household items about the waist. These items were things like the key to a pantry where valuable tea, spices and food were kept; a small notebook; sewing items; a magnifying glass; or maybe a watch, nail file, or compass. The earlier waist-hung items were referred to as “equipage”, later evolving t..."

vintage tea cups