Make A Statement With Vintage Jewelry

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Updated: 7/10/2012 12:44 pm Published: 7/05/2012 4:28 pm

Anything old can be new again. Just ask the owners of Harley and Maude's Jewelry. They're finding vintage jewelry is a popular trend that doesn't have to create a dent in the bank account. Using anything you consider old whether it's broken jewelry, crocheted pieces, buttons, keys, etc, you can create a statement piece.  Lisa Emerine and Kem Cobb, owners of Harley and Maude's tells us how. "Well, you just start laying your pieces out, see what you have. You can do just a key and a pearl with a ribbon, or several pieces on it."

Harley and Maude's can help you get it started. They offer parties to create jewelry. Give them a call at 918-724-1542 or email them at to set up a party.  

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