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Buffalo, NY Necklace & Earrings Set - "Pearl Street Girl" with vintage and found objects

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Why "Pearl Street Girl?" Because this set has a girly sprinkling of vintage pearls---and it's a nod to a fine Buffalo establishment, the Pearl Street Grill & Brewery.

The featured bauble on the necklace is a vintage lamp finial. Its age is naturally highlighted with a gorgeous green-blue patina (not a faux treatment). There's more patina on one side than the other, so just reverse the direction when you clasp it on if you're not keen on heavy patina. There's a decorative extra bit of chain near the lobster clasp closure that's tipped with a tiny, hand-stamped buffalo. The earrings wear pearls from the same thrift store-found broken necklace, and also have tiny brass beads from yet another thrifted broken necklace. The chain and findings are all antique brass-colored. (The chain and findings are new.)

Vital statistics: The necklace is approx. 22" long; the finial adds another 1-1/2" to the overall length. The earrings have leverback closures, and the dangly bit is about 1-1/8" long.

The vintage bits'n'bobs used in my upcycled Buffalo-centric jewelry all come from the Buffalo area.

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Buffalo, NY Necklace & Earrings Set - "Pearl Street Girl" with vintage and found objects

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: mixed metals, mixed vintage jewelry, hardware, pearls, brass, finial, found objects
  • Feedback: 65 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from New York, United States.
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