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Western Vintage Revival Revives Broken Plates

You would never guess some of this jewelry started out as a shattered plate!

June 17, 2019

Western Vintage Revival has been reviving broken plates and shatterred china into beautiful pieces of statement jewelry for years!

“Jewelry designer, Jacqueline Smiley, started Vintage Revival in 1991 in Pennsylvania, and is nationally known for her usage of broken antique china, found objects and vintage buttons set in sterling silver. She has been commissioned to make heirloom jewelry for families everywhere.

“Returning in 2004 to her native state of Oklahoma, it was a natural transition for this great granddaughter of an “Oklahoma Land Run” family raised in the heart of “Indian Territory” to add “western” china, turquoise, arrowheads and other found objects. This combination has produced a uniquely, one of a kind collection sought out by the collectors of the truly American West lifestyle.” -Western Vintage Revival

“In 2016 Jacqueline decided to retire and this brought Raymon Smiley, Jacque’s brother, from his home in Nashville, Tennessee to Altus, Oklahoma with all his talent.  Jacque still comes in and helps design jewelry when she can tear herself away from her ranch in Ada, Oklahoma. The combination of their styles and talent have made Vintage Revival a force in the western and fashion markets. They are known for their unique, one-of-a- kind pieces that express the old and new west.

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