Your choice of forks or spoons with this heirloom antique jewelry transformed into silver bracelet jewelry.
$37.95 for the fork and $20.95 for the spoon at PorterHouse Crafts
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Sometimes it is the simplest things that amaze us when they are so elegant. Recycled forks and spoons are used to create these classy toothpick holders.
$20.95 at PorterHouse Crafts
Handcrafted pens from recycled silverware by artist, Dick Savage, from Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. These are distinctive and unique. Throw out the Waterman and embrace this stylish eco friendlly alternative.
Recycled silver pen is $25.00 at Close the Loop
Dick Savage, from Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania makes things out of old flatware (knives, forks, spoons). His first project was a set of windchimes about 15 years ago. Now there is no stopping him as he creates vases, plate/picture holders, candleholders, necklaces, rings, bracelets, key rings & bird feeders using teapots & kettles. He is always coming up with new ideas.
Recycled silver candlestick holder is $25.00 and recycled silver bud vase is $20.00 at Close the Loop
Fancy silver flatware has gone out of style on the table (for goodness sakes, it can’t go in the dishwasher! horrors!) but is getting a new life crafted into jewelry as rings, bracelets and necklaces.
From North Salt Lake, Judson Jenning’s ipod holders (called the iFork, of course!) are completely adorable. He creates all kinds of wacky art from spoons and forks and you can see his wares on his site www.forkedupart.com and can connect on his Forked Up Art facebook page. Judson also has an etsy store where some of the product is a bit more edgy.
Another etsy artist working with recycled forks is the Fork Whisperer. Beautiful spoon rings and fork bracelets.
Prices range from $39.90 to $149.99
Created by Jeremy & Jenni Eversen from Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, this item is called the “I Love Forking Bracelet Cuff” ….it seems that fork artists have lots of fun! $34.99 at Jjevensen’s Etsy Shop. Check out the website, JJEvensenArt.com to view more examples of silverware jewelry, coat hooks and windchimes.
Here are some resources:
This is the bible for learning how to make jewelry from flatware …only problem is that it is usually out of print and unavailable.
This is a product created by Maryann Cherubino which consists of a several high quality videos showing you how to make bracelets and necklaces with recycled forks. The videos cover: materials, tools, preparation, bending forks, using stones, and making bracelets and necklaces.
This group of videos costs $29.99 at Making Fork Bracelets.com