I Break Plates

I Break Plates

Alison Gilbert
Sep 24, 2010

Have you held on to what's left of your great Aunt Ida's cracked and chipped fine china, even though you don't know what to do with it? Or maybe you picked up some old vintage dishes or tea cups at a flea market and though you love the pattern, you can't find a way to use them? Enter Juliet Ames, of the Broken Plate Pendant Company.

Give those useless, but pretty plates and other ceramic items a new life! You can send your broken plate shards, or whatever you have to this Baltimore artist and she will turn them into one-of-a-kind jewelry! Give them as gifts to family members, wedding parties or just keep the momentos for yourself. If you can't bear to see your china broken into bits, but still love the look - check out Juliet's Etsy shop for ready to wear pieces.

Find it! The Broken Plate Pendant Company at Etsy

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(Images: Juliet Ames, used with permission.)

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