by Vicky Greene.
(Nodaway, Indiana USA)
I love repurposing silverware into beautiful necklaces, bracelets, earrings, etc. My mom and I have found silverware or jewelry pieces through various antique shops, thrift shops, garage sales, department stores and friends.
I brought my first silverware piece at a flea market to make a bracelet like I had seen at trade shows.
Someone loved the bracelet I made and wanted one for themselves. That started my adventure in silverware creations.
I manipulated two spoon handles to make the sides of a necklace to join with a swirling heart pendant which was converted from a scarf holder.
Silver plated chain was connected to the handles to finish the necklace with an elegant look.
I have sold this necklace, but I am making similar creations with different details.
VictoriaRoseWare at Etsy
This is one of the most striking pieces of silverware jewelry I’ve ever seen. These spoon handles are wonderful with the former scarf-holder heart!
An awesome repurposing project – thank you for sharing it with us!
Totally Happy Right Now!
by: Vicky Greene
Thank you, Rena. I am so excited about having my necklace on your website. I had to run and tell my partner the good news. It is cool to show a different way to repurpose silverware. There are so many things I can do and make it look elegant.
Thank you again. 🙂
If they want to see other silverware creations, check out www.victoriaroseware.etsy.com
by: Kaitlin Brown
This necklace (and just the idea alone!) is absolutely wonderful. It’s unique and gorgeous, and I envy your talent.
Thank you, Kaitlin. I love working with silverware, trying to use every piece of it I can. I will show new discoveries soon.
Normally I’m not one for large pieces, but this is really cool looking! I never though of using silverware.