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TheVintageMollyShop on Oct 22, 20215 out of 5 stars
So adorable. Thank you!
Jeanne on Jul 7, 20215 out of 5 stars
So dainty and beautifully made
Jeanne on Jul 7, 20215 out of 5 stars
These are beautiful anf dainty
Christine on Jun 19, 20215 out of 5 stars
These earrings are so delicate and pretty - I'm excited to wear them.
Fiona on Feb 23, 20214 out of 5 stars
Smaller than expected through photographs but very cute regardless :)
j. on Jan 21, 20215 out of 5 stars
These are super cute but very tiny, more for a child, but again cuteness overload. Very well packaged, which shows care.
rwd23 on Nov 20, 20205 out of 5 stars
Delicate, lovely earrings. Very dainty and special. Thank you!
Linda on Nov 19, 20204 out of 5 stars
wish they were a tiny bit bigger but super sweet and good quality.
Margaret on Sep 15, 20205 out of 5 stars
Just so tiny and perfect. I love them so much :)
liteisman on Sep 14, 20205 out of 5 stars
great earrings, in all colors!! wonderful wrapped
Intriguing and intricate. Just the way I like it.
My passion for creating began pretty much as soon as I could hold an implement in my hand. My sisters and I grew up putting our hands to various projects, be it simple sketches, beading, painting, and embroidery. Our grandmother was an avid crocheter, but it was our childhood caretaker who encouraged and taught us to explore our creativity.
Accessorizing is something that is like second nature to most of the female species, and I am no exception. Beads were easy and inexpensive to experiment with, (at first, at least, but once you start, it's hard to stop!). My earliest work for myself and for profit were simple beaded necklaces that eventually evolved into multistrand masterpieces with an organic mix of shapes, sizes, and colors.
I found, through exploring Etsy, that I was drawn to vintage inspired jewelry, made with aged brass. I began exploring my neighborhood bead shops, looking for materials to expand my work beyond glass beads. Eventually, I discovered the jewelry district in downtown Los Angeles, and the rest is history!
Many of my pieces are intricate in their detail, as I am meticulous in my desire to present stand-out pieces that make their wearer shine. I have sourced a lot of American-made brass components for my work, many of which have been made for decades from the same dies, as well as as many vintage bits as I can get my hands on!
My work continues to evolve as I add new materials and techniques to my creative repertoire. I am honored to say that I have earned several loyal customers who share my appreciation for quality-made adornments that uniquely capture the beauty of nature and the richness of bygone eras.
Owner, Maker, Designer
My name is Mellisa Wilson (aka nearlyseptember), and I am the mind, heart and hands that create these unique and intricate pieces.
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**I ship First Class mail for $4.00 for the first item, and $.50 for each additional item. This includes the cost of postage and Delivery Confirmation, as well as packaging costs. Priority Mail shipment begins at $7.00, but must be specifically requested!
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