Sunday, November 27, 2011

Featuring Sweet Silver @The Vintage Bricoleur

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                                          Meet Brenda from Sweet Silver.
This talented lady creates beautiful things out of vintage silverware.  We are happy to have her as part of our team at
The Vintage Bricoleur.
Tea Pot Lamps



Beaded Bracelets

And so much more.  She has several items that are new this season!
Here is what Brenda has to say...
We just love old silverware!  My husband George and I have spent many, many hours over the years combing thrift stores, garage sales and antique stores for interesting, rare and unusual silverware.  As our vast collection grew so did our ideas of what to do with it all.  It finally all came together in late 2002 when Sweet Silver was born!  George's mechanical ability and my design ideas together create the unique, one-of-a-kind items featured at our shows and shown on this website.
e handcraft each piece from a variety of authentic, vintage silverware.   Each piece is unique due to the design and wear of the silverware.  Sometimes a fork will just demand to be a zipper pull and other times it immediately suggests a pendant or an easel.

Please welcome Brenda!

Grand Opening Party
Dec. 2, 4-6 p.m.
3750 Taylor Road
 Loomis, Ca 95650

Terry (one of the bricoleurs)


Sandy@TheOliveandRose said...

I am so excited to be a part of a team with Brenda and George - she is so darn creative and her jewelery is so unique and a so reasonable!!!

Lori said...

It so exciting to see all your vendors....we have been reading all your post, but changed over to a new computer and haven't had the time to post a comment. Can't wait to hear about the grand opening!

Jane of All Trades said...

I love things made from old silverware. I'd be interested to know how much they would charge if I was to provide the silverware. I have some old pieces that were my grandmother's, great-grandmother's and mother's from long ago. I haven't figured out what to do with them. I would like to have one turned into a pendant or something. If you have time to find out if this is possible and the cost, drop me an email. Thanks!