Kentuck Necklaces-Kerry Leasure

  • Made from vintage and found letters, these necklaces, handmade by Kerry Leasure, are sure to show your love for Kentuck! Each chain is approximately 19" long, and the "Kentuck" varies between 6"-7" long. 

  • Kerry Leasure has always had a passion for all things old and long forgotten, and a love for the thrill of the hunt. She founded Here a Chick There a Chick in 2012, initially as an antiques dealer, and started offering her vintage jewelry finds to followers on Facebook. She immediately began playing around with the broken, unsaleable, and odd bits to create one of a kind pieces. As her passion for creating jewelry, and her clientele grew, eventually her booths were put aside in favor of working in her studio and selling her work at vintage and art shows. Each next step has been an adventure, and like all the best ones, never in a straight line. It’s been her joy to discover that her best find has been Herself. Her jewelry line is hand made from antique, vintage and found objects. Her desire to surprise and delight her clientele. A snip of humor, a splash of symbolism, a glint of sparkle, a wink of mischief. Each bit begins its life as one story, she writes them a new one, and the story then finds its owner. Each piece is truly one of a kind and cannot be recreated. She finds her materials everywhere and is endlessly hunting.

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Kentuck Art Center and Festival was established in 1971. Kentuck's mission is to perpetuate the arts, engage the community, and empower the artist. The Kentuck Festival of the Arts is held annually in October, and during that weekend, makes a $5.5 million economic impact on its community.

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