Page makes all of her jewelry by hand in recycled gold, using impressions, images and patterns from found and borrowed objects that all have a really lovely sense of history. She uses this vintage printing press block to make all of her calendar charms.
Page's jewelry studio is right by me in Brooklyn Heights, so I popped over recently to say hi. It was so fun to see all of the vintage pieces she uses to make her jewelry. She often uses wooden stamps she bought on her travels to India.
I completely fell in love with these gold earrings that Page made using the pattern on an antique carved plate that belonged to her grandparents.
See how she used the carved trees to make the sunburst pattern on the earrings?
I have one of Page's signature calendar charm necklaces and I can say it is honestly one of my favorite pieces of jewelry. The first day I wore the necklace I got asked about a dozen times where it was from, which made me feel like a million bucks. I wear it almost every day now.
My calendar charm is gold and silver with a diamond marking the 9th of January, which is my wedding anniversary. I paired the charm with my grandmother's gold chain, so it feels extra sentimental. I love, love, love it.
Here are a few more favorite pieces from Page's site:
To enter the giveaway for $500 in Page's jewelry, go to the Page Sargisson site, register with your email and then come back here to leave a comment with your favorite picks on this post. Contest ends Wednesday April 3 at midnight. One winner chosen at random and will be emailed using the registration on the Page Sargisson site, so be sure to register and comment.
PS And in the meantime, Page is very kindly offering a 25% off discount code good through April 15 on her site: LGN25
*CONGRATS to the winner: Fran! Check your inbox. :)