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My 365 Days of Art: Day #149

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The Eveleigh Sisters Necklace

                                                                                                                                                  SALE PRICE:  $38.00

Beautiful Eveleigh Sister Necklace, is made with Antique Gold Findings, Chains, Lobsterclaw Clasp, Large Centerpiece (behind Cameo). Copper Rivet Connectors, Peach/Cream Italian Marble Beads, Pink Crystal & Opal Cabs, Pink Acrylic Flowers with Swarvoski AB Crystal Centers and a large Twin Sister Peach/Cream Center Cameo. This piece is 16″ long and another Designer Original by Jewels Designs. Features in our Madame Steampunk Jewelry Shop. This is a One-of-a-kind Necklace and would make a fantastic gift for anyone who like Vintage Steampunk Jewelry. This piece is signed.

 

Signed Piece

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My 365 Days of Art: Day #55

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                                                     Madame Mustache Necklace

 

 

Madame Mustache, aka Madame Eleanor Dumont, aka Simone Jules was one of the early madams at Bannack, Montana. She was nick-named Madame Mustache, because of the hair on her upper lip.

Beautiful and Unique describe this Madame Mustache Necklace. 17.5″ long and made with Silver Findings, Cog Wheels, Flowing Hair Fairy Cameo, Sword Charms (the centerpiece is 4″x 3.5″), Lobsterclaw Clasp, Gunmetal Tulip Beadcab, 12mm Clear Crackle Glass Beads, Round 8mm Cobalt Blue Crystal Beads and Cobalt Swarvoski Crystals. Another Designer Original from Jewels Designs Madame Steampunk Jewelry Line. If you’re looking for a piece that makes a bold statement then this is the piece for you! Check out this necklace and all of our other art pieces at Jewels designs.

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My 365 Days of Art: Day #43

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                                                                            Madame Mary Ellen Pleasant Necklace

 

Madame Mary Ellen Pleasant, was known to San Franciscans as “Mammy” Pleasant. Many called her a saint, and others called her a sinner. She was a Georgia slave, the daughter of a white man and a Haitian quadroon. She often passed for a white child. She actually had to paint her skin to pass for black when she worked for the underground railroad. She could pass for a white woman, but she choose to take her place in society as a member of her own race. She opened a “boarding house”. She manipulated the lives of all her girls. Her influential clientele became so large that she added more houses throughout San Francisco. She hired as many Negroes as she could. She also hired them to spy for her. She was informed of everything going on in her town, from financial gains to scandals and she used them all to her advantage. She did more than rule others, she gave of herself and her money. She was heavy into civil rights and sent large checks to abolitionist, John Brown. She died in 1904 as an insolvent debtor, and she was 92.

Beautiful Madame Mary Ellen Pleasant Necklace is 18″ long, and made with Bright Silver Chains, Toggle Clasp, and Findings (silver & gunmetal). Black Metal Fur Elis Connectors, Large Bow Connector/Centerpiece, and Large Rhinestone & Black Jet Stone Tips,  Silver Crucifix (3″ long). This is another Designer Original from Jewels Designs Madame Steampunk Jewelry Line. Add a pair of silver earrings and a bracelet from our site to finish off this lovely piece of art. Check out all of our fantastic pieces of art at Jewels Designs, home of Madame Steampunk.

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My 365 Days of Art: Day #42

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                                                                                        The Lovell Sister Ensemble

 

Lil Lovell was the first sister to open a fancy parlor house (house of ill repute) at 2020 Market St in Denver, Colorado, and was the leading madame in this area. She sent for her sister Lois when he business soared. Lois was less experience than her sister. She fell in love with an important businessman, but the situation was hopeless because she could never marry him because of her profession and his notoriety. Feeling Hopelessness, she took a bottle of poison and died. When her love found out what she did he killed himself with a bullet to the head. Things would never be the same for Lil. She died a few years later, leaving an estate of $40,000.00, in the late 1800’s that was consider a huge sum of money!

*This Ensemble is sold by the set or by the piece. It’s a one-of-a-kind ensemble. Once an individual piece is sold, then it will no longer be sold as an ensemble.*

Beautiful and very Feminine, describe this Three-piece ensemble. The Necklace is 18″ long, the Bracelet is 7.5″ long (standard) and the Earrings are 2″ long.  The Lovell Sister Ensemble is another Designer Original from Jewels Designs Madame Steampunk Jewelry Line. It’s made with :  Double Strand Necklace & Bracelet,  Ox Gold Alloy Findings, Chains, Large (4″) Flower Connectors & Centerpiece with Swarvoski Crystal Centers, Toggle Clasp, Lobsterclaw Clasp, Leverback Shell Earwires, and Lime Green Hand Painted Speckled Crystal Beads. I think by far, this is one of our most Beautiful sets that we have. It would make a fantastic gift, and would look great with all your outfits! Check out this set and all of our other art pieces at Jewels Designs, home of Madame Steampunk.

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My 365 Day of Art: Day #40

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                                                                   Madame Lola Montez Necklace

 

Lola Montez was a danseuse actress, and one of the most sought after courtesans of her time. She describes herself as notorious but never famous. He “Spider Dance” brought her a measure of success, but her bad temper, shocking antics, and outrageous love affairs eventually destroyed her life. She was only 42 when she died, in a squalid boarding house in the Hells Kitchen District of New York City.

Beautiful and Over-The-Top, like it’s name-sake, the Madame Lola Montez is a Thriple-Strand Necklace (choker-length: 15″, 18″ & 20″). Made with Oxidize Gold Findings, Charms, Gloved Hand Connectors, Je Tame Connectors, Tulip Beadcap (hold a Ruby Crystal Bead), Flower Centerpiece (behind cab), Ruby Swarvoski Crystal Beads, and a Red & Black Rose Cameo Cabochon. A lovely piece and another Designer Original from Jewels Designs, Madame Steampunk Jewelry Line. Makes a wonder One-of-a-kind gift. Check out this piece and all of our other art pieces at Jewels Designs.

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My 365 Days of Art: Day #36

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                                                            Madame Josephine Marcus Necklace

 

 

Josephine Marcus (our necklaces name-sake) was married to the famous outlaw Wyatt Earp, she also went by the name Shadie Sadie. Was a famous madame and famous for being the wife of Wyatt Earp.

 

Beautiful and Graceful describe this Madame Josephine Marcus Necklace. The  size is 20″ long, and made with Antique Gold Brass (non-tarnishing) Findings, Hand Charm Centerpiece, Floral Necklace Connectors, Lobsterclaw Clasp, Chains, Paua Shell Pink/Purple Cabs, Hand Painted Beads, and a Pink Swarvoski Crystal. Another Designer Original from Jewels Designs, Madame Steampunk Jewelry Line. One-of-a-kind piece. Check out this and other pieces in our Madame Steampunk Shop.

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My 365 Days of Art: Day #35

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                                                     Madame Martha Tabram Necklace

 

 

 

Madame Martha Tabram (name-sake of this piece), gained fame and immortality when she became the first victim of the notorious Jack The Ripper, on August 7, 1888.

 

Beautiful Madame Martha Tabram Necklace, is a triple strand piece (16″, 18″, 22″), and is made with Antique Gold Chains, Connectors, Beadcaps, Findings, Disc Centerpiece (2.5″), Lobsterclaw Clasp, Bright Gold Brass Rose, Shell Heart Pendant, and Black Faceted Beads. A real beauty, that drapes in three layers. Another Designer Original from Jewels Designs. This piece is part of our Madame Steampunk Jewelry Line, and is a One-of-a-kind design. Makes a fantastic gift, and would look great with a black outfit. View Necklace and other pieces in out Madame Steampunk Shop.

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