Posted by: Kath Usitalo | March 11, 2013

Homemade: Vintage Keepsake Jewelry

Lois and Keith Miller turn china and sliver into jewelry

Lois and Keith Miller turn china and sliver into jewelry

Got a chipped or broken piece of china that you can’t bear to toss—or a perfectly fine item with sentimental value? Let Lois Miller turn it into wearable art. She’s made necklaces, charms, bracelets and more out of plates, platters and bowls in her southwest Michigan home studio.

Check out my story, Jewelry with a Past, in Michigan Country Lines magazine. The online version doesn’t show photos of her work, but you can see those at the website where she and her husband Keith sell their stuff: VintageKeepsakeJewelry.com

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