Number One: A little choker on dark leather made from cancelled stamps, reclaimed dirty pearls and binding wire, with rather intricate work, even if I say so, myself. Quite Edwardian or Victorian, and a little spooky, but very girly, too. The wire work is a technique called lashing, and I did it before I needed reading glasses. Won't be doing that again on that scale, oh no!
Number Two. A tintype infant with double chins peeks through a keyhole; an old pressed brass escutcheon with a few crumbs of paint clinging, a Chinese crumb glass bead, pottery button, vintage glass drop, and old key. The strap is leather, embossed with fleur de lis. All components salvaged and recycled.
Number Three. Earrings cobbled from civil war-era text, old stained cotton tassels, cookie box tin, and antique buttons, with handmade niobium wires. Grungy, but girly, and good with anything from denim to a lacy white something. They're about 3 inches long, and very light.
Just leave a comment and they're yours if you're ahead of the others. This is like giving a party and hoping someone will show up. What if nobody wants them? Somebody give them a home, please!