Robin Torodor's Profile

About

I'm Robin, the owner and creator of Artful Things Boutique. In addition to a full time career and a love of interior design, I'm a Mixed Media Artist in Los Angeles.

My favorite art forms are Mixed Media, Assemblage and re-purposed Found Objects. You will find an eclectic collection of designs in my shop, using a rich variety of found treasures gathered from around the world. In addition to my vintage jewelry line, be sure to check out the other items including reverse decoupage glass plates and paper weights made from old and rare ephemera.

I've always had a passion for jewelry and consider it the ultimate eye candy. I recently had an epiphany which led me to redesigning antique and vintage pieces. I love the thrill of the hunt, discovering treasures at flea markets and estate sales…

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  • Female
  • Born on May 20
  • Joined January 6, 2007

Favorite materials

Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian Jewelry, Miriam Haskell, French Paste, Rhinestones, Watch Fob Chains, Vintage Brooches, Steel Cut Shoe Buckles, Antique Shoe Clips, Ephemera, Broken China, Day of the Dead Shrines, felted handbags

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ArtfulThingsBoutique
Vintage Assemblage & Contemporary Jewelry...

About

I'm Robin, the owner and creator of Artful Things Boutique. In addition to a full time career and a love of interior design, I'm a Mixed Media Artist in Los Angeles.

My favorite art forms are Mixed Media, Assemblage and re-purposed Found Objects. You will find an eclectic collection of designs in my shop, using a rich variety of found treasures gathered from around the world. In addition to my vintage jewelry line, be sure to check out the other items including reverse decoupage glass plates and paper weights made from old and rare ephemera.

I've always had a passion for jewelry and consider it the ultimate eye candy. I recently had an epiphany which led me to redesigning antique and vintage pieces. I love the thrill of the hunt, discovering treasures at flea markets and estate sales.

Long forgotten and just waiting to be given a new life, these pieces of jewelry were once worn and loved. I wonder about the many people that may have owned it and their stories. Where has it traveled? What life events occurred while they were worn? There is so much unknown history to each piece.

I do custom work for brides who want to take a sentimental piece of jewelry from their mother, grandmother, etc. and have it repurposed for their wedding day ensemble. What a great way to honor someone you love on your special day!

- Follow me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/artfulthingsboutique to see when
new designs are listed and for special offers.
- Visit my boards on Pinterest at www.pinterest.com/artfulthingsboutique

You can access my Etsy store directly at www.artfulthingsboutique.etsy.com

Thank you for visiting!

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