December 2nd - 24th December | Visit us daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Columbus Circle Holiday Market.
Dolhathai Srijamcharoen has been transforming a lifetime of curiosity and adventure into a beautiful collection of antique jewelry and home decor. Each past object tells a story, hand-crafted from excavated antique dinner plates, soap dishes, glass bottles, porcelain dolls, hotel key tags, and more.
Her amusing finds are directly sourced from archeological digs in Eastern United States (New York City, New Jersey, Philadelphia and Baltimore), uncovering some of the city’s most precious buried treasures in the wells of New York homes predating the 1870's, before modern indoor plumbing. Many of the fragmented artifacts are turned into jewelry and shadowboxes, while others are restored and sold to collectors who donate them to museums and educational organizations, such as the New York Historical Society.
Attached to every piece sold is a special tag, notating where the artifact was dug up, the year of its origin, and what it had once been. Any purchase from this unique vendor is not only aesthetically exquisite, but carries a historical sentiment as well.
Srijamcharoen, with a degree in journalism and art, does not limit her artistic expression to designing curious artifact jewelry. As a skilled painter, sculptor and an affection for film, she creates beautiful paintings, sculpts one-of-a-kind portrait fairy dolls from photographs, and works on indie films.
Written by Tiffany McHugh
* While ZTrend strives to write fact-based pieces about New York City's small boutiques, "splash visit" profiles may contain inaccuracies, as "splash visits" are merely the interpretation of the writer's first-hand experience and should not to be relied upon as fact.
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Mon + Tue: closed | Wed - Sun: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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We have a permanent spot nestled into "The market NYC" (www.TheMarketNYC.com) at 159 Bleecker Street, between Thompson and Sullivan Streets.
Scott Jordan has been a illustrator and collage artist since 1987 and began creating one-of-a-kind jewelry since 2008 made from antique objects found on New York City architectural digs.