In 1824 Jean-Paul Robin established the hugely successful House of Robin, catering to the rising French professional and entrepreneurial class. 19th-century designs from the House of Robin, such as the one on which this pin is based, have deeply influenced jewelers of the 19th and 20th centuries. Produced in cooperation with the Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris.
Sterling silver, lightly antiqued, with onyx and rhinestones. Length 1 5/8 in., width 1 3/4 in.
re:vision is the product of Craig Arnold's passion for cameras, recycling and polishing. Handmade in Adelaide, Australia, from discarded camera components and reshaped with love, re:vision brings old school cameras into an entirely new focus.
Little Windows jewelry is designed so you can show off - and share your stories behind - your pictures. Each one holds a memory captured in a shiny, glass-like pendant. No frames - just the color from your photo reflected up and around the sides. Lightweight and waterproof, these make perfect keepsakes and gifts! (And perfect for Mother's Day, too, which will be here before you know it!)
(And check out their blog too for fun projects and cool uses.)
I'm almost afraid to post this - as I posted this great camera necklace on Twitter in the afternoon and went back that evening to buy it and it was SOLD OUT. Oh well. Maybe I helped. *sigh*
This necklace has individually hand-fabricated plastic pendants printed with an old black-and-white photo of the Underwood typewriter. A thin layer of resin protects the print from moisture, weather and sweat. Pendant hangs on 16" of gunmetal chain.
(I like that gunmetal chain stuff. It's not just a damn chain - it's gunmetal, baby.) ;)