Jen Parrish makes polymer relics in the attic studio of a purple Victorian home stuffed with tattered antiques, pampered cats and dogs and a poet husband.

She creates for museums, the entertainment industry and for daydreaming romantics. Her glass vessel amulets are framed with textured, antiqued polymer then paired with vintage beads. The glass vial can hold wishes and other precious items. It’s topped with a tiny cork. History meets glamor in these recent magazine article photos.

Jen includes everything from tiaras to triptychs in her line of ornate enchanted polymer pretties. Would a little romance soften the beginning of your week? Look at Jen’s FB page, Etsy shop and blog.

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  • reply Shelby ,

    I’ve admired Parrish Relics for quite a while. Her work is lovely and romantic.

    • reply Elsie ,

      Lovely creations!
      She calls this medium “clay” in her Etsy listings. Too bad, because she could really give polymer clay some wonderful exposure considering “Hollywood” is purchasing her pieces.

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