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Saturday, January 31, 2009

Mark Edge Jewelry - Chic and Recycled Eco-Vintage Line

Mark Edge has created gorgeous handcrafted jewelry for more than two decades. His stunning creations, once only available near his hometown of Atlanta, GA, now accent the wardrobes of women around the world - including a number of celebrities like Drew Barrymore, Sophia Choi of CNN, and View hosts Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Joy Behar.
The latest addition to the Mark Edge jewelry line is the eco-vintage collection, a timeless assortment of earrings, bracelets, and necklaces fashioned from reclaimed gems, reused charms, and vintage chains.  Each piece within this green jewelry collection is remarkable and unique with styles that complement every mood and occasion.
Sterling silver, brass, and vintage chains are the foundation to most of the Mark Edge eco-vintage pieces, although a few of his recycled creations start with a deep, rich strand of chocolate suede for a sophisticated, but trendy flair.  
Earrings, bracelets, and intriguing necklaces make up the 75-piece line of eco-vintage jewelry, ranging in price from $79 to $284.  The collection, appealing to both men and women, features fun, classic charms like the vintage peace sign and handcuffs with key, as well as timeless pendants including reclaimed cameos and vintage crystals.  Mark Edge enjoys integrating the colorful beauty of turquoise into his wearable art as well. 
If you're interested in owning a piece of recycled jewelry, handcrafted by Mark Edge, you can order online at his website for international delivery or you can find Mark Edge jewelry in a number of fine jewelry and department stores in 27 different states.  If you're giving a Mark Edge creation as a gift, complementary wrapping is included with most items.
Visit Mark Edge Jewelry for more information.
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