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These old bottle caps are the real deal and are very hard to find! They are from the Nesbitt's Bottling Company* in Crosby, Minnesota from the 1950s--they even had the old cork linings! They have been hand cut, domed and encased in antique brass scalloped edge bezels. I have added vintage black rondelles and silver Swarovski crystal pearls. Niobium (super hypo-allergenic) earwires in steel gray. They measure 7/8 inch in diameter and the total earring length is 2 inches.

The earrings are very lightweight!

*Hugh S. Nesbitt founded the Nesbitt Fruit Products Company in Los Angeles, California in 1924. The company produced various fruit and root beer soft drink syrups and sold them to pharmacies and other establishments with soda fountains. They also made other products, such as fruit-flavored ice cream toppings, hot fudge, caramel sauce and hot chocolate. In addition, they marketed a line of soda fountain equipment, such as dispensers, cups, dishes and glassware by other brand-name manufacturers. Nesbitt’s Orange was first produced as syrup for soda fountains in 1927 and was first bottled in 1938. Nesbitt’s Orange actually had 10% California orange juice in it, where most other “orange” sodas usually did not contain any real fruit. Nesbitt’s Orange became the official orange soda of the Disneyland theme park when they opened in 1955. They remained the only orange drink sold there into the 1960’s. Some of the other flavors of Nesbitt’s soda were Strawberry, Crème, Grape, Lemon-Lime and Root Beer.
Kathryn Taylor Gray

Happy Days - 1950s Nesbitts Root Beer Bottle Caps Swarovski Pearls Niobium Wires Recycled Repurposed Jewelry Earrings

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: bottlecaps, bezels, antique brass earwires, swarovski pearls, niobium wires
  • Feedback: 382 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Virginia, United States
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