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The elegant jewelry pieces catch the eye from a distance, but the magic really happens up close. The matching necklace and ring elicit surprise and delight as friends and strangers realize that these lustrous jewelry pieces had a previous history. The pendant and ring were made from a pair of vintage sterling silver demitasse spoons. The beautiful silverware pieces likely sat lost and forgotten in cupboard drawers for decades, until Lost & Forged transformed them into a unique, fashionable jewelry set.
The artistic wavy sterling silver spoon pendant hangs from a hammer textured sterling silver neckwire necklace, adjustable in length by bending gently.
The ring is made to size when you order, together with the pendant and neckwire necklace. Like all our creations, we craft them carefully by hand in the Lost & Forged workshop in Silver Spring, Maryland.
The neckwire necklace, pendant and ring will arrive packaged in attractive jewelry gift packaging, making a convenient, unique and very memorable handmade gift.
Within 3 days of your purchase, Lost & Forged will custom forge the pendant, and drop it off with the chain and gift packaging at USPS for shipping shipping.
Welcome to Lost & Forged! If you're reading this, you probably like handcrafted goods made from repurposed materials. Perhaps you:
-Want your style to surprise, delight and intrigue (our creations aren't only beautiful; they reveal interesting stories and origins)
-Refuse to compromise between beauty, quality, sustainability & artistry
-Wish to inspire with unique luster
Lost & Forged offers lustrous metal creations, handmade from reclaimed vintage materials. We create jewelry, money clips, candlesticks, Judaica and more, all crafted with care at our workshop in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.
We were featured on Baltimore Style and Organic Spa Magazine websites, and in the GBK Celebrity Gift Suite for the Golden Globes. We were the Artscape 2016 Emerging Artist for Jewelry.
Founder Doug Heifetz first experimented with metalwork, as a handicraft to share with loved ones. The experiment became a growing preoccupation. He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, with his wife and two children.