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Have you ever opened your  jewelry  box  and wondered what you were going to do with that odd half pair earring,  or the ring with the missing stone, or that broken chain?.  What about those pieces of jewelry that you received as gifts over the years or a piece that you inherited and never wore because it was not your taste, or simply outdated.  You may also have jewelry that you have worn for many years but are bored of now—styles and tastes change over the years.    

Renovating your jewelry, also known as remodeling, can add new life to an odd or older piece of jewelry, or create an entirely new piece from scratch.  Sometimes it's as simple as replacing an old gemstone with a more vivacious gem.  Your great grandmother's favorite piece may not be your favorite one, but certainly can be revived back to life with some modifications. You can also increase the value of a piece, but most importantly, you can wear something that you will treasure and truly appreciate that much more.

As a simple illustration, here are two very unique lavalieres that were formerly brooches and now will grace your neck in a whole new light.

The antique opal and ruby brooch had the pin removed.  To update it, the bottom dangling opal was added as well as the chain.  An antiquated brooch is now a  beautiful neckpiece.

The eagle brooch also had the pin removed, the dangling blue topaz was added as well as the chain. A vintage brooch has been re-designed and recreated as a stunning neckpiece.

If I can inspired you, please email me with any questions you may have.  It’s my pleasure to offer any sugestions.

Thank you,
Baya  

" Have you ever opened your  jewelry  box  and wondered what you were going to do with that odd half pair earring,  or the ring with the missing stone, or that broken chain?.  What about those pieces of jewelry that you received as gifts over the years or a piece that you inherited and never wore because it was not your taste, or simply outdated.  You may also have jewelry that you have worn for many years but are bored of now--styles and tastes change over the years.    

Renovating your jewelry, also known as remodeling, can add new life to an odd or older piece of jewelry, or create an entirely new piece from scratch.  Sometimes it's as simple as replacing an old gemstone with a more vivacious gem.  Your great grandmother's favorite piece may not be your favorite one, but certainly can be revived back to life with some modifications. You can also increase the value of a piece, but most importantly, you can wear something that you will treasure and truly appreciate that much more.

As a simple illustration, here are two very unique lavalieres that were formerly brooches and now will grace your neck in a whole new light.

The antique opal and ruby brooch had the pin removed.  To update it, the bottom dangling opal was added as well as the chain.  An antiquated brooch is now a  beautiful neckpiece.

The eagle brooch also had the pin removed, the dangling blue topaz was added as well as the chain. A vintage brooch has been re-designed and recreated as a stunning neckpiece.

If I can inspired you, please email me with any questions you may have.  It’s my pleasure to offer any suggestions.

Thank you,
Baya  

Have you ever opened your  jewelry  box  and wondered what you were going to do with that odd half pair earring,  or the ring with the missing stone, or that broken chain?.  What about those pieces of jewelry that you received as gifts over the years or a piece that you inherited and never wore because it was not your taste, or simply outdated.  You may also have jewelry that you have worn for many years but are bored of now--styles and tastes change over the years.    

Renovating your jewelry, also known as remodeling, can add new life to an odd or older piece of jewelry, or create an entirely new piece from scratch.  Sometimes it's as simple as replacing an old gemstone with a more vivacious gem.  Your great grandmother's favorite piece may not be your favorite one, but certainly can be revived back to life with some modifications. You can also increase the value of a piece, but most importantly, you can wear something that you will treasure and truly appreciate that much more.

As a simple illustration, here are two very unique lavalieres that were formerly brooches and now will grace your neck in a whole new light.

The antique opal and ruby brooch had the pin removed.  To update it, the bottom dangling opal was added as well as the chain.  An antiquated brooch is now a  beautiful neckpiece.

The eagle brooch also had the pin removed, the dangling blue topaz was added as well as the chain. A vintage brooch has been re-designed and recreated as a stunning neckpiece.

If I can inspired you, please email me with any questions you may have.  It’s my pleasure to offer any sugestions.

Thank you,
Baya  

" Have you ever opened your  jewelry  box  and wondered what you were going to do with that odd half pair earring,  or the ring with the missing stone, or that broken chain?.  What about those pieces of jewelry that you received as gifts over the years or a piece that you inherited and never wore because it was not your taste, or simply outdated.  You may also have jewelry that you have worn for many years but are bored of now--styles and tastes change over the years.    

Renovating your jewelry, also known as remodeling, can add new life to an odd or older piece of jewelry, or create an entirely new piece from scratch.  Sometimes it's as simple as replacing an old gemstone with a more vivacious gem.  Your great grandmother's favorite piece may not be your favorite one, but certainly can be revived back to life with some modifications. You can also increase the value of a piece, but most importantly, you can wear something that you will treasure and truly appreciate that much more.

As a simple illustration, here are two very unique lavalieres that were formerly brooches and now will grace your neck in a whole new light.

The antique opal and ruby brooch had the pin removed.  To update it, the bottom dangling opal was added as well as the chain.  An antiquated brooch is now a  beautiful neckpiece.

The eagle brooch also had the pin removed, the dangling blue topaz was added as well as the chain. A vintage brooch has been re-designed and recreated as a stunning neckpiece.

If I can inspired you, please email me with any questions you may have.  It’s my pleasure to offer any sugestions.

Thank you,
Baya  

" Have you ever opened your  jewelry  box  and wondered what you were going to do with that odd half pair earring,  or the ring with the missing stone, or that broken chain?.  What about those pieces of jewelry that you received as gifts over the years or a piece that you inherited and never wore because it was not your taste, or simply outdated.  You may also have jewelry that you have worn for many years but are bored of now--styles and tastes change over the years.    

Renovating your jewelry, also known as remodeling, can add new life to an odd or older piece of jewelry, or create an entirely new piece from scratch.  Sometimes it's as simple as replacing an old gemstone with a more vivacious gem.  Your great grandmother's favorite piece may not be your favorite one, but certainly can be revived back to life with some modifications. You can also increase the value of a piece, but most importantly, you can wear something that you will treasure and truly appreciate that much more.

As a simple illustration, here are two very unique lavalieres that were formerly brooches and now will grace your neck in a whole new light.

The antique opal and ruby brooch had the pin removed.  To update it, the bottom dangling opal was added as well as the chain.  An antiquated brooch is now a  beautiful neckpiece.

The eagle brooch also had the pin removed, the dangling blue topaz was added as well as the chain. A vintage brooch has been re-designed and recreated as a stunning neckpiece.

If I can inspired you, please email me with any questions you may have.  It’s my pleasure to offer any sugestions.

Thank you,
Baya  

Have you ever opened your  jewelry  box  and wondered what you were going to do with that odd half pair earring,  or the ring with the missing stone, or that broken chain?.  What about those pieces of jewelry that you received as gifts over the years or a piece that you inherited and never wore because it was not your taste, or simply outdated.  You may also have jewelry that you have worn for many years but are bored of now--styles and tastes change over the years.    

Renovating your jewelry, also known as remodeling, can add new life to an odd or older piece of jewelry, or create an entirely new piece from scratch.  Sometimes it's as simple as replacing an old gemstone with a more vivacious gem.  Your great grandmother's favorite piece may not be your favorite one, but certainly can be revived back to life with some modifications. You can also increase the value of a piece, but most importantly, you can wear something that you will treasure and truly appreciate that much more.

As a simple illustration, here are two very unique lavalieres that were formerly brooches and now will grace your neck in a whole new light.

The antique opal and ruby brooch had the pin removed.  To update it, the bottom dangling opal was added as well as the chain.  An antiquated brooch is now a  beautiful neckpiece.

The eagle brooch also had the pin removed, the dangling blue topaz was added as well as the chain. A vintage brooch has been re-designed and recreated as a stunning neckpiece.

If I can inspired you, please email me with any questions you may have.  It’s my pleasure to offer any sugestions.

Thank you,
Baya  

Have you ever opened your  jewelry  box  and wondered what you were going to do with that odd half pair earring,  or the ring with the missing stone, or that broken chain?.  What about those pieces of jewelry that you received as gifts over the years or a piece that you inherited and never wore because it was not your taste, or simply outdated.  You may also have jewelry that you have worn for many years but are bored of now--styles and tastes change over the years.    

Renovating your jewelry, also known as remodeling, can add new life to an odd or older piece of jewelry, or create an entirely new piece from scratch.  Sometimes it's as simple as replacing an old gemstone with a more vivacious gem.  Your great grandmother's favorite piece may not be your favorite one, but certainly can be revived back to life with some modifications. You can also increase the value of a piece, but most importantly, you can wear something that you will treasure and truly appreciate that much more.

As a simple illustration, here are two very unique lavalieres that were formerly brooches and now will grace your neck in a whole new light.

The antique opal and ruby brooch had the pin removed.  To update it, the bottom dangling opal was added as well as the chain.  An antiquated brooch is now a  beautiful neckpiece.

The eagle brooch also had the pin removed, the dangling blue topaz was added as well as the chain. A vintage brooch has been re-designed and recreated as a stunning neckpiece.

If I can inspired you, please email me with any questions you may have.  It’s my pleasure to offer any sugestions.

Thank you,
Baya  

" Have you ever opened your  jewelry  box  and wondered what you were going to do with that odd half pair earring,  or the ring with the missing stone, or that broken chain?.  What about those pieces of jewelry that you received as gifts over the years or a piece that you inherited and never wore because it was not your taste, or simply outdated.  You may also have jewelry that you have worn for many years but are bored of now--styles and tastes change over the years.    

Renovating your jewelry, also known as remodeling, can add new life to an odd or older piece of jewelry, or create an entirely new piece from scratch.  Sometimes it's as simple as replacing an old gemstone with a more vivacious gem.  Your great grandmother's favorite piece may not be your favorite one, but certainly can be revived back to life with some modifications. You can also increase the value of a piece, but most importantly, you can wear something that you will treasure and truly appreciate that much more.

As a simple illustration, here are two very unique lavalieres that were formerly brooches and now will grace your neck in a whole new light.

The antique opal and ruby brooch had the pin removed.  To update it, the bottom dangling opal was added as well as the chain.  An antiquated brooch is now a  beautiful neckpiece.

The eagle brooch also had the pin removed, the dangling blue topaz was added as well as the chain. A vintage brooch has been re-designed and recreated as a stunning neckpiece.

If I can inspired you, please email me with any questions you may have.  It’s my pleasure to offer any sugestions.

Thank you,
Baya  

Have you ever opened your  jewelry  box  and wondered what you were going to do with that odd half pair earring,  or the ring with the missing stone, or that broken chain?.  What about those pieces of jewelry that you received as gifts over the years or a piece that you inherited and never wore because it was not your taste, or simply outdated.  You may also have jewelry that you have worn for many years but are bored of now--styles and tastes change over the years.    

Renovating your jewelry, also known as remodeling, can add new life to an odd or older piece of jewelry, or create an entirely new piece from scratch.  Sometimes it's as simple as replacing an old gemstone with a more vivacious gem.  Your great grandmother's favorite piece may not be your favorite one, but certainly can be revived back to life with some modifications. You can also increase the value of a piece, but most importantly, you can wear something that you will treasure and truly appreciate that much more.

As a simple illustration, here are two very unique lavalieres that were formerly brooches and now will grace your neck in a whole new light.

The antique opal and ruby brooch had the pin removed.  To update it, the bottom dangling opal was added as well as the chain.  An antiquated brooch is now a  beautiful neckpiece.

The eagle brooch also had the pin removed, the dangling blue topaz was added as well as the chain. A vintage brooch has been re-designed and recreated as a stunning neckpiece.

If I can inspired you, please email me with any questions you may have.  It’s my pleasure to offer any sugestions.

Thank you,
Baya  


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