Pine Barrens Diamonds

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Paul Evans Pedersen Jr
This is THE Pine Barrens Diamonds Jewelry that was mentioned and worn on CNN's "Anthony Bourdain - Parts Unknown" series. 5th season, 5th episode. Made only by yours truely!! Get YOURS today!!!  (Grab the jewelry .. leave the scrapple")
 
Pieces of  Pine Barrens Diamonds jewelry was made from antique glass unearthed at the site of THE  COFFIN & HAY WORKS in southern  Camden County, NJ.In  operation from 1829 until it burnt down on Decoration Day in 1892, Coffin&Hay glass was noted for its " window light glass of  rare  quality", and was presented a diploma from the American Institute of New York in 1845. The Works were comprised of some 15 acres in what is now known as Winslow, employed up to 250 persons, and included a steam sawmill, a flouring mill, blacksmith shops, a wheelwright shop, company store, and nearly 700 acres of farms, and some 5000 acres of timber used to fuel the furnaces. Most importantly, a one-mile railroad spur was laid from the area of the Works to Winslow Junction, where glassware could then be transported by rail to Atlantic City, or on to Philadelphia and beyond, eliminating the treachery of glass on wooden horse-drawn carts.

Pine Barrens Diamonds

 
  These are a TRUE heirloom. They are one of a kind works of art.
 
Handmade by Paul Pederson
 

Collection: Pine Barrens Diamonds
 
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Pieces of PINE BARRENS DIAMONDS JEWELRY was made by CLEVENGER GLASS WORKS, CLAYTON, GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NJ.  In operation from 1930 until 1999, Clevenger Glass became famous for their hand-blown, hand-tooled and finished, 'green system' syle of glass blowing that is now extinct in North America. Clevenger glass was founded in 1930 by brothers Tom, Reno and Allie Clevenger. They constructed a small furnace in the stable of their backyard in Clayton, New Jersey. Over the years, they made tens of thousands of pieces, blowing them in almost every color of glass imaginable, including red, orange, amberina, clear, milk glass and vaseline. The works closed down in 1999 after the last owner, Jim Travis, retired from glassblowing. Famous South Jersey glassblowers that worked at Clevenger included August Hofbauer, Otis Coleman, Harry Robb, and Vermont Frie.
  1. Blue Tear Drop Pendant
    Blue Tear Drop Pendant
    Beautiful Blue tear drop wire wrapped in silver plated wire. Pendant #1
  2. Duality of Man
    Duality of Man
    Red and Black Heart with a viking weave in silver plated wire Pendant #2
  3. Beautiful Sparkling Blue Pine Barrens Diamonds Glass Pendant
    Beautiful Sparkling Blue Pine Barrens Diamonds Glass Pendant
    Pendant #4
  4. Green & Blue Pine Barrans Diamonds Pendant
    Green & Blue Pine Barrans Diamonds Pendant
    Pendant #5
  5. Crystal Midnight
    Crystal Midnight
    A beautiful mix of colors! Wrapped in silver plated wire. Pendant #3
  6. Handwrapped Bracelet
    Price: 350$
    Handwrapped Bracelet
    Wire wrapped bracelet with silver plated wire, the stone sparkles and is in a viking weave Bracelet #1
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All come with a brief history of the NJ Glass Works factory & sterling silver chain. Please contact us for pricing.