Emily Christine's Profile

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Do you find beauty in found pieces? Ever think about how you can reuse, recycle, or rethink beautiful trinkets and treasures? Well, I do - My passion is in reimagining the discarded. Reviving the dull and forgotten. And I'm hoping to share my passion for history and age, intrigue and untold stories, with you.

My jewelry is up-cycled vintage with a modern flair. I make my pieces all by hand, and they are all one of a kind.

I have been making jewelry for more than ten years, primarily for friends and family. My style has developed and matured since then, and I'm now creating styles from vintage pieces and found objects. This started with the piece seen in my shop picture, which is a collection of charms, pins, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that my loved ones have given me over the years. By putting them into one piece, I can carry those pieces…

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  • Female
  • Born on June 8
  • Joined November 17, 2011

Favorite materials

Antique Jewelry, Silver, Pearls, Crystal Beads, Chandelier Crystals, Chain, Charms, Personal Pieces, Found Objects, Custom Pieces, Metals

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About

Do you find beauty in found pieces? Ever think about how you can reuse, recycle, or rethink beautiful trinkets and treasures? Well, I do - My passion is in reimagining the discarded. Reviving the dull and forgotten. And I'm hoping to share my passion for history and age, intrigue and untold stories, with you.

My jewelry is up-cycled vintage with a modern flair. I make my pieces all by hand, and they are all one of a kind.

I have been making jewelry for more than ten years, primarily for friends and family. My style has developed and matured since then, and I'm now creating styles from vintage pieces and found objects. This started with the piece seen in my shop picture, which is a collection of charms, pins, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that my loved ones have given me over the years. By putting them into one piece, I can carry those pieces with me all at once.

This is why I love jewelry - not only because it's a fun accessory, but because it has meaning. While I love making my own jewelry, I actually prefer creating work from other people's pieces or family heirlooms into something that can have meaning for them. Whether it is a gift for a friend, bridal party gifts, or a way of wearing your grandmother's brooch in a modern way, I love the process of designing for you.

Emily Christine

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