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    Artist on etsy is making jewelry from broken china, probably using stained glass foil/solder method.

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    WHOLESALE LOT Vintage Inspired glass gem pedants, lot of TEN

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    My sister in law's fabulous vintage jewelry and smashed soda glass Xmas tree. Great idea to use mismatched vintage earrings or broken jewelry to repurpose into decor for your house. I plan to use my Grandma's vintage, broken jewelry to make a frame and mirror for my house. Much better than staying in a drawer in my house and beautiful!! :)

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    Broken glass Christmas tree picture. My parents had one of these when I was little. Loved it!

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    Fuseworks Microwave glass Kiln. This was last years purchase and I love it. I make beads for jewelry projects from all of my left over seed beads using this kiln. Nothing glass goes to waste now including my broken window! It comes with all the instructions and Delphi are a great company to deal with.

    Glass Kilns And Kiln Accessories - Kilns For Creating Glass Art

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    Our recycled glass jewelry is handmade in Pennsylvania from antique glass and bottles reclaimed from the natural wooded habitats and rural farmlands. To share the history of these beautiful broken treasures, each piece comes with "The Story of the Glass" detailing what the glass was originally and the approx. age.

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    Soldered glass purse necklace with piece of broken vintage jewelry for "clasp".

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    Not only am I envious of the Santa, but the tree is broken glass pieced together and the "ornaments" and "garlands" are antique jewelry from her mother. The lights on the tree are Christmas lights protruding through holes cut in the glass. What a great idea!!!

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    Broken china jewelry necklace made from a broken plate by Dishfunctional Designs

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    Blue Willow Antique Pottery Rectangle Pendant - also know as "Willow Ware" was made by several manufacturers and graced the homes of millions throughout the 1900's, the broken pieces were tossed into dumps in the woods, or on a designated part of the farm. This pretty blue and white pottery, tells an ancient Chinese love story, was produced on many pieces. $58.00

    Blue Willow Antique Pottery Rectangle Pendant - recycled pottery

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    Broken Depression Glass Jewelry, Heart Pendant Necklace, Vintage Pink Depression Glass, Sterling Silver Chain - Robinsnestcreation1 on Etsy

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    Dishfunctional Designs: Jewelry Made From Broken China

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    Broken China Jewelry Sterling and Broken China Charms, Pendants, Earrings and Brooches

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    Broken china jewelry by Laura Beth Love Dishfunctional Designs

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    vintage tea cups

    DIY kopjes kandelaar

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    High Tea for Alice 1 CUSTOM 3-Tier Tea & Cupcake Stand of Vintage Fine China - No Tea Party would be complete without one of these.

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    beautiful..a wonderful way to preserve someones broken china

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    Beautiful Butterflies and great technique

    WireJewelry Wire Artist of the Month - Featured Wire Jewelry Artists

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    #DIY #tutorial how to drill holes in china

    Modern British Craft on Folksy

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    Soldering difficulty - advanced.

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    Tutorials on soldering

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    crochet with wire & beads

    Crochet Wire Bracelet

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    22 free jewelry making classes

    Wirework

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    Learn basic jewelery making techniques

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    Solder Tutorial

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