After three times bringing you the American Idol’s Pendant Necklace, today I present you the Recycled Pendant Necklaces made from Silver-plated Fork. Support the “green” eco-friendly concept accessories, Guys!
These handmade pendants are available in very limited pieces as the creator GUS KARLSON a.k.a Dr Gus specializes in unique, one-off creations primarily in the jewelry design field. He loves to work with old components and endeavor to deliver a type of post-modern primitive that has as its focus the inherent forms and aesthetic value of the components involved.
The components he uses are almost exclusively reclaimed materials. They are relics of the past that in some cases were miniature works of art in themselves or simply utilitarian utensils. Through his twisted transformation, the materials are not thrown away, forgotten, or melted down. Instead, Doctor GUS gave them a chance to live a second life of luxury, to be admired for their lines and forms as opposed to purely the quality of its desired operation.
GUS KARLSON said,
“I am a firm believer in recycling and conservation. However, my view is that old items are always better than new, no matter how sustainable the manufacturing processes involved. I like to think that I am doing more good in the long run by personally recycling objects. And in turn as I disburse my gains from it I can additionally help small businesses and causes I support.”
At these collections, you can find Fork Pendant with broken china ceramic, Rhyolite, Lapis Stone, Obsidian stone or Fossilized Coral. Prices range from $11.99 to $16.99 per pendant at Dr. Gus’s Etsy Shop.
Pagoda Ceramic Recycled Fork Pendant
Wired Turquoise Recycled Fork Pendant: a slab of Turquoise (stabilized) wired to an antique fork
Rhyolite Fork Pendant
Antique Fork Pendant with Lapis Stone
Fork Pendant With Fossilized Coral
Broken China Fork Pendant: An antique silver plated fork clutching a shattered piece of china.
Obsidian Fork Pendant: an old silver-plated fork made to grasp a large black obsidian bead.
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