Steampunk Spotlight: Madam Nina’s Pirated Pendants
Today the Steampunk Spotlight shines on the beautiful jewelry of Madam Nina’s Pirated Pendants!
Madam Nina makes custom pieces to fit your personality or gift giving needs. She’s made pieces that featured family photos, pets, company logos, school mascots, movie and band posters, wedding invitations, birth announcements, burlesque photos, religious icons and event logos.
I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Madam Nina at several Steampunk events and fantasy conventions. Her quality work is the perfect accessory for any Steampunk outfit. Recently, Nina gifted me a token of remembrance and sympathy, and I was quite literally moved to tears. At ApolloCon, she handed me a little red pouch with a handwritten note expressing her sorrow at the loss of my girl, Bronte. Bronte was my one-true-pupply love, and we lost her on the last day of May after sharing 15 years of joy together. Nina created a lovely broach with a picture of her on one side and her name on the other. It has become a permanent part of every Steampunk ensemble. Now, my girl can always be with me. Thank you so much, Nina.
So, not only is she a talented artist, but she is also a loving person. These are they kinds of people we should be supporting. Buy one of these lovely items for a gift or just for yourself.
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~ by omgrey on July 5, 2011.