Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Fabulous "Jewelry Tree" Picture...

Oh la la, I came across this jeweled Christmas Tree picture at a local antique shop a few weeks ago. The price was pretty high, so I decided to think about it. Well, one week later and here it is on my wall! Go figure~
I really had trouble "capturing" it on the camera. It is soooo beautiful! It is around 2' tall and there are holes drilled in the back for Christmas lights! I had to take them out for it to hang right, but I will try to add them back next holiday season.

Here it is hanging in the shop....just waiting for me to come back~

Oh, I love these antique ornaments! Sometimes I think...I am Christmas Crazy!

Antique Christmas Ornament sold on Ebay for $71

My Grandson and Henry in the storage room...

Linking up with: My Romantic Home
Chic on a Shoestring Decorating~
The Thrifty Groove

Ivy and Elephants


Unknown said...

Love it, I found one at the Goodwill a couple of years ago, paid $7.00 for it, lights inc. :) TTMF, Hugs and enjoy, Marilou

Ivy and Elephants said...

I've seen a few of these, but none as gorgeous as yours! It is so elegant and features some really fantastic pins. I can see why you had to have it. Great find!
Don't forget to link to the party.

The Bear's Blog said...

Your Grandson & Henry are precious.

I love that Christmas tree. That may be something to work on for next Christmas. The wheels are spinning in my head.

Hugs ♥

Wendy Aspinall said...

OMG that is the most beautiful christmas tree i think I have ever seen.. and a great idea to use up those pins

Cottage and Broome said...

What a fun jewelry tree! I'd love to find one that was affordable. Thanks for stopping by, Laura

Unknown said...

Gorgeous stuff, you are right! I think antique ornaments are just so very special!


Blessed Serendipity said...

Your Christmas tree jewelry picture is truly gorgeous! I have a couple of these that I put out at Christmas time and really enjoy them. They are getting harder to find at a decent price. Someday I hope to make one with bits of broken jewelry.


blossoms vintage chic said...

Oh My Goodness...what an incredible treasure!! Can you imagine how many hours went into that gem...just gorgeous!!!
Thank you so much for your kind words and for following is truly appreciated! I am looking forward to visiting often! Can't wait to see what you find next!

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

Amazing, just love it! I'm a vintage pin fanatic and think I may just have enough of them to do a tree!

You might enjoy seeing my pins:

Cindy Adkins said...

A friend of mine in California had one of those trees that her elderly neighbor had made and given to her. Yours is super gorgeous!! It would be fun to make one, too! Love your blog and I'm your newest follower!

nelda said...

That is a beautifully designed tree. I made one for myself and couldn't believe how much money, time and glue it took. I am sure your tree is well worth the price you paid, especially because of clever design the artist used.

P.s. It would be sooo nice if you would please turn off word verification. It is so hard now that we have to enter two weirdo long words. Thx!

Diann said...

Gorgeous! I have seen these wall hangings made from vintage jewelry before and have been collecting vintage jewelry form thrift shopping since to try to accumulate enough of them to do something like this. Just beautiful! Thank you for sharing with us at TTF and have a terrific day!

Diane said...

First time commenting so hopefully will do this right....Just had to say how beautiful your jewelry tree is. I would have gone back for it too. Thanks for sharing pictures of your wonderful find!

Dorothy said...

Oh my goodness, what a glorious jeweled Christmas tree! Beautiful and what a great idea to make a tree from jewelry! I'll bet it would look so sparkly lit up.