Re-claimed Pottery Jewelry

Currently, I am creating a large necklace that will eventually resemble the green necklace shown. This is made from a few of the floral plates shown. They are cut & ground into symmetrical pieces. Each piece is set in a unique 14kt. gold filled setting including real freshwater pearl accents and will be linked together to form a large statement necklace. It's heartbreaking to cut undamaged gorgeous china, but theses lovely plates were unwanted by the heirs. Thus the "Ivory Rose Memorial" title given when completed. Stay tuned...

The pieces show below are the heat shattered pottery remains recovered from the Flight 3407 plane crash in Clarence, NY. The tea pot once looked like the one shown and was a gift to the daughter. The pieces were made into a pendant & bracelet that were donated to this surviving daughter in memory of her father who perished in his home when the plane crashed.

Special Anniversary limited edition Roycroft Pottery made into pendants. Patty Cancilla, Roycroft Master Artisan in jewelry, received the licensing right from the Wendt Foundation on 8/9/2018 to use the broken pottery from the Roycroft Inn & Restaurant in East Aurora, NY. These are trademarked pieces & collectors items. All designs are cut & ground from the reclaimed pottery including the Ye Buffalo Pottery symbol from the bottom of the china.

YOUR HEIROOMS RE-PURPOSED!

Using your china heirloom pieces, Patty can make jewelry. These piece were cut out of customer's chipped china and is a beautiful way to remember a loved one. The plate or cup is broken and cut into jewelry size pieces. Each is ground into a desired shape and then set in 14kt. gold filled or sterling silver. They can be made into pendants, earrings or bracelets. Contact Patty at pattycancillaart@hotmail.com or bring the piece of china to one of the art shows listed at Patty's website at www.pattycancillaart.com. Pieces start at $70 depending on size & number of pieces.

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