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Vintage Revival Broken China Jewelry comes to Norwalk Vintage Revival, maker of jewelry made from broken pieces of fine china and sterling silver, will debut its wares at a two-day trunk show hosted by Sheri's Coffeehouse.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

Vintage Revival Broken China Jewelry comes to Norwalk

Vintage Revival, maker of jewelry made from broken pieces of fine china and sterling silver, will debut its wares at a two-day trunk show hosted by Sheri's Coffeehouse.

It will take place from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.

Necklaces, bracelets, earrings, brooches, charms and more will be available in dozens of country favorites such as Fiestaware, Blue Willow, chintz and transferware. Orders for custom work with family or bridal china will also be taken.

Oklahoma native and designer Jacque' Smiley is the mastermind behind the jewelry. Her jewelry recently was chosen as the June 2007 Editor's Pick in Country Living Magazine and is gaining attention nationwide. Smiley started creating the jewelry in 2001.

For more information on Vintage Revival, visitwww.vintagerevival.com, or call Sheri Thomas at (419) 663-5282.

Sign-ups under way for July 4 demo derby at county fairgrounds

The July 4 demolition derby application is available by calling (419) 668-0171.

Other activities at the Huron County Fairgrounds slated for July 4 include a chicken barbecue plus a food booth sponsored by the fair board. Flea market and band entertainment information can be obtained by calling (419) 744-2225. Camping will be available for July 3 and 4 for $20 per night.