Necklace from an antique bronze lion's foot

July 16th, 2012 in member junk     
MichL MichL, member
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A necklace from a claw foot off my great-grandmother's coffee table.  (Two of the claw feet were missing, so I will be restoring the table using four found vintage feet.  Meantime, I swiped one of the original feet for this necklace.)  I used the ready-made holes in the metal, and made a chain necklace using some gorgeous porcelain beads to complement.  It's a bit weighty, but very wearable, since the clawfoot and beads are hollow.  New life from an heirloom - love it!


Pattern or design used: My own design - Michelle L.
posted in: member junk, metal, eclectic, furniture, whimsical, jewelry, table, ceramic, necklace, upcycle, clawfoot, beaded necklace, antique

Comments (2)

MichL writes: Hi, MakinItHappen! I can't take credit for the verdigris finish - that's actual age, that is! Thanks for the comment! Posted: 6:43 am on July 27th
MakinItHappen writes: I wouldn't have thought of using that for a necklace, but it is a really interesting look. How did you do the verdigris finish on it? Posted: 9:38 pm on July 20th
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