One of a kind: LoveHeyLola

If you like unique and applique, you will just fall down crazy over the gorgeous jewels and bits at LoveHeyLola

I so admire the interweb for having clever, funny (Jessica – the jewellery maker, is a crack up and writes a hilarious blog), one-of-a-kind shiz for sale.  And big ups to Etsy for taking Paypal!  My new necklace is on its way.

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A beautiful filigree butterfly alights on this mechanical garden comprised of vintage clock and watch components.

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Ingredients:
Watch face – salvaged
Large gear – salvaged cuckoo clock part
Rhinestone flowers – thrifted, vintage earring components
Small gears – salvaged watch parts
Key – vintage, thrifted
Bails – salvaged chain links
Butterfly – new, personal collection, prior to 2009
Silvertone chain w/clasp – thrifted

Instructions: Wear, love, smile!

The fine print:
This necklace was created using primarily salvaged and thrifted parts. Buying jewelry created in this manner ensures that you are not only getting a completely unique piece with character and history but it also means that negative environmental impact is kept at a minimum.

Check out the Etsy shop here, and bonza bonus – it only costs US$7 to deliver to NZ!

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2 responses to “One of a kind: LoveHeyLola

  1. ..That necklace rocks!!!

  2. I know Jessica personally – – have for many years. She is quite the character! And, quite charming. And talented, as that necklace shows.

    I have purchased many jewelry pieces from Jessica over the years. And, I have asked her to do a painting for me as well – – her art is delightful!

    Enjoy the necklace!

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