Old Porcelain jewelry

Swedish artist Eva Johanna makes amazing, unique & irreplaceable jewelry. She use in her works porcelain excavated and rescued from ruined factories (archeological fragments), and have often not seen daylight for more than 100 years. These pieces of porcelain are combined with other vintage bits and some new artisanal castings, creating forms that even the original designer would never dreamt of! We must admit that those jewelry are a little freaky but the concept is very creative and the jewels beautifully done!

Old Porcelain jewelry in jewelry  with Recycled Art Jewelry Handmade
Old Porcelain jewelry in jewelry  with Recycled Art Jewelry Handmade
Old Porcelain jewelry in jewelry  with Recycled Art Jewelry Handmade
Old Porcelain jewelry in jewelry  with Recycled Art Jewelry Handmade
Old Porcelain jewelry in jewelry  with Recycled Art Jewelry Handmade

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11 Comments

  1. Noelia Piney Vega - March 17, 2014

    some are kind of creepy, arent they?

  2. Johanna - May 20, 2014

    Thank you to all that have commented about my broken porcelain pieces and thank you Recyclart for featuring me. I would reply to each and every one of you, but the web page won’t let me for some reason, so I hope you all see this.

    As for the jewellery being creepy, yes, sometimes it is, even to the degree that I creep myself out!

    But I’m a pretty harmless kind of person actually, not scary at all. Promise. :D

  3. EvaJohanna - May 20, 2014

    Thank you SO much for your comments, and thank you Recyclart for making a feature about my broken porcelain pieces.

    I wanted to thank each and every one of you, but my comments got stuck in some kind of spam filter I think. If not, and the comments actually came through, though I can’t see them, I DO apologise for spamming! :D

    As for my pieces being creepy, yes, some of them are, I even creep myself out now and then, but I’m basically a harmless person, promise. ;D

    Again, thank you so much! Feel free to contact me if there’s anything else you’d like to know about me and the things I make. :)

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