by Ruhia Sadiq. (Pune) We usually associate Steampunk jewelry as being a little edgy and rough. But when I started playing around with these antique finish steampunk charms, I wanted to make something that would blend with your casual looks without being too edgy. Thus the steampunk charms were paired with the brown and grey fire agates. The dual and cloudy … [Read more...] about Subtle Steampunk Earrings
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by Jenee' Mohler. (Sisters, Oregon) I need some advice on ways to attach tiny gears and watch components to partial watch movements, and jump rings to vintage wristwatch movements. Some pieces just don't have holes to wire to, and can't be drilled. I have been using E6000, but the tiny shafts and pieces don't leave much surface area to glue, and I want my … [Read more...] about Help! How to Attach Tiny Parts to a Vintage Partial Pocket Watch Movement?
by Carol Wofford. (Halifax, VA) I love shopping at local flea markets and yard sales for vintage and unusual jewelry, you just never know what you'll find! I see beauty in things that many people call junk and especially like buying items that are broken, missing stones and have missing parts because when I get home I usually break them up into useable parts for my … [Read more...] about Steampunk Alien Bug-Man
by Marina. (Brazil) I love steampunk and I love dragons. First I thought of earrings, where a dragon passes through a gear, like through some kind of portal. Here it is. Some months passed, and a pendant appeared, to combine with the earrings. Together with a friend we have a website for our jewelry. Almost all our pieces come with a fantasy story. … [Read more...] about Dragons of Artificial Moon
by RON W. (Galveston, Texas USA) I have been making watch bands for many years, and enjoy art, and design. Steampunk is my favorite area to work with steel, copper, brass, and leather. I was looking for new ideas and happened onto your site. Wow, thanks for your simple and easy copper and brass patina. I hope I can do you justice in these … [Read more...] about Steampunk Watches
by Sylvia. (Muskegon, Michigan USA ) I have been making Steampunk Jewelry for a few years, mostly necklaces. A friend asked me to make something for her sister's birthday. Her sister is really into the Steampunk Scene. She wanted something she could wear, so I decided to try my hand at a headpiece. I love how it turned out. I used a black headband, watch parts and … [Read more...] about Steampunk Headband
by Barbara Sims. (Downey, Califorina USA) Made from items I have collected along the years. I was inspired by the Vintage Field & Stream watch face. All the items are glued to a large metal washer. The rhinestone tassel is a single earring, the wings (I call them Angel Wings) were in my stash. Added the chain and enamel heart for decoration in the back of … [Read more...] about Field & Stream Inspired Steampunk
by Penelope Worsham. (Calistoga, California USA) These are my version of Steampunk. A bracelet and necklace using vintage pieces and new. I love using keys and keyholes. Behind every lock is a mystery to be revealed. Penelope Worsham Penz Jewelz … [Read more...] about Steampunk Fun
by Marcon. (Malta, Europe) Hello there! I am a self taught jewelry arist/crafter and think I have a bit of an identity crisis! Well, I come from a small island in the Mediterranean where Steampunk was unheard of up until a few years ago. I actually introduced the concept of hand crafted unique Steampunk and Vintage Inspired Jewelry. I make steampunk jewelry. I buy … [Read more...] about Is Steampunk Jewelry a Craft or an Art?
by Harriet Percynski. (Mentor Ohio, USA) Chainmaille necklace with another Cookie Lee Necklace on top to which I added 13 Vintage brooches, pendants and charms. "It was a very starry night, under quarter moon. I took my umbrella anyway. My glasses were clouded. But my eye were on the time. My heart lead the way as wise owl looked on. With an angle for guidance, it … [Read more...] about Starry Night
by Diana Fiveash. (Austin,Texas USA) Dark Victorian skeleton head choker necklace. When I think of haunted and vintage, Victorian style choker necklace comes to mind. You can't have a haunted necklace without a few skeleton heads. I used black lace and velvet for the choker adorned it with plastic skull heads,flat back rhinestones and red swarovski beads.Gun … [Read more...] about Victorian Spirits
by Rena Klingenberg. Steampunk jewelry is a fun and fascinating style to work with. It combines vintage, hardware, imagination, gadgetry, and science fiction. What is Steampunk? It's a fictional era that takes takes place during the British Victorian-Edwardian period - the late 1800's and early 1900's. Sometimes there's also a twist of 1800's American Wild West … [Read more...] about How to Make Steampunk Jewelry