Everything in my shop is handmade by me! I use metalwork,  Art Clay, up-cycled antique sterling silverware, wire wrap and beaded jewelry in 14K gold filled, brass, copper and sterling silver wire.

You will find one of kind pieces with prices ranging from $15 to $150, come take a look. Visit my Etsy Shop to see all my creations!

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Dogwood Flower Statement Necklace



  • Materials:
    • Sterling Silver, 925, sterling demitasse spoons, sterling spoons, Swarovski crystal

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The Dogwood Flower Statement Necklace is an unique piece of jewelry up-cycled with antique sterling Demitasse Spoons. I removed the handles and soldered the spoon ends together to form the Dogwood. I then added a fine silver ball in the center that I “dimple” patterned and used the handle of a salt spoon on the back as the bail. I then oxidized the whole piece and then polished it back leaving the dimples to stay dark.

Dogwood Flower Statement Necklace


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Sterling Silver, 925, sterling demitasse spoons, sterling spoons, Swarovski crystal
  • Ships worldwide from United States

The dogwood flower measures 3″ and the sterling chain is 16 1/2″ with a 2 1/2″ sterling extender. You can also find more jewelry available for purchase in my Etsy Shop
Metallinx is happy to accept Credit Cards as well as Paypal.

Payment Plans availabe upon request.  Please email me before you purchase so we can set up a plan that works for you.

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Janell Stephen – Owner/Designer

As a young girl, I made jewelry with seed beads and never forgot the joy in wearing something that was handmade. As an adult, I began metalsmithing but it was only recently that I found out that my grandmother metal smithed on her front porch in Vermont as a young women. I only knew her as a talented oil painter and was excited to “feel” the connection with her once again. It is my love of the past that has me drawn to work with antique sterling silverware. You will find “Spoon-Up-Memories” as an individual section in my shop. It is borrowing from the past, up-cycling well loved sterling silverware into unique jewelry.

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