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As seen in Country Living Magazine October 2011 Fresh Picks Statement Jewelry

Dishfunctional Designs
The original contemporary jewelry handcrafted from broken vintage china...

Artist made Broken China Jewelry necklace

Handcrafted from: Antique robin roses and forget me nots china dinnerware plate.

Unique statement necklace handcrafted from vintage broken china. Broken china centerpiece measures approx. 1" by 2". Total length of chain is approx. 18" Lobster claw clasp and silver plated chain.

Comes gift boxed, carefully wrapped and tied with a ribbon.

All of my broken china jewelry is made from vintage and antique plates that are previously damaged or broken due to age and or wear. I do not use any vintage china for my jewelry that is not already damaged in some way. This beautiful piece of broken china jewelry is expertly crafted and of heirloom quality. Be sure to check out my other listings to see all of the different china patterns, shapes and designs that I have to offer!


Last photos: TRUE BLOOD acress TANYA WRIGHT wearing DISHFUNCTIONAL DESIGNS broken china jewelry.

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To request a custom order please email me with what you are interested in having made along with a photo of your china and I will get back to you with an estimate.

Broken china jewelry necklace antique robin bird roses forget me nots made from a broken plate


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: broken plate, broken china, silver plated chain and clasp, ceramic, shard, silver solder, plate, silver, solder
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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