Olga Vlasova's Profile

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This is my third shop here on Etsy. At first the idea was to sell my art which you can see and purchase here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/LogicFreeArt. But I've always been interested in design too, especially in fashion design. And since I'm probably the only woman on Earth who wears almost no jewelry, I had to start making it to find an outlet for my interest in its design. I have to admit that I gravitate to modern, industrial and unisex styles. But now and then I do throw something vintage-inspired into the mixture. To complete my design shop I offer some hand-knitted accessories. And you are welcome to see it all here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/LogicFreeDesign

Now how did I come to selling vintage finds? I like coming up with unusual uses for ordinary objects. So even though it'a not always cost effective, I can't help but create so called "found object" jewelry now and then. And where do you find…

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  • Female
  • Born on August 16
  • Joined November 22, 2011

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Vintage jewelry, fashion accessories, small home decor items, tins, shoes, bags

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LogicFreeVintage
Vintage jewelry, fashion accessories and...

About

This is my third shop here on Etsy. At first the idea was to sell my art which you can see and purchase here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/LogicFreeArt. But I've always been interested in design too, especially in fashion design. And since I'm probably the only woman on Earth who wears almost no jewelry, I had to start making it to find an outlet for my interest in its design. I have to admit that I gravitate to modern, industrial and unisex styles. But now and then I do throw something vintage-inspired into the mixture. To complete my design shop I offer some hand-knitted accessories. And you are welcome to see it all here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/LogicFreeDesign

Now how did I come to selling vintage finds? I like coming up with unusual uses for ordinary objects. So even though it'a not always cost effective, I can't help but create so called "found object" jewelry now and then. And where do you find those "objects"? In thrift stores of course! What I didn't expect is that along the way I'd be finding beautiful vintage jewelry in good condition that didn't need upcycling, only a new home and another chance to shine again. I started studying it, buying books on it. Then I branched out to small home decor items and old tins (can't resist those), then occasional fashion finds. And now here it all is.

Thanks for visiting and have a great shopping day! :)

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