2011 Commemorative NYE NYC MSG Token Pendant by Jennifer Kahn

Vermont artist Jennifer Kahn has been making jewelry for over a decade. Her designs fuse old and new, industrial and natural, urban and ethnic. She graduated from UVM with a BA in Art and English in 2001. Jennifer has sold her work at craft shows, in galleries and has been featured in exhibits across the US, UK, and Japan. Her work has been in top jewelry magazines and several books, included the cover of the Lark book “Stitched Jewels“.

For this New Years run, Jennifers’ second token evokes the current presence of activists camped out in NYC.  This year there are many fish and they play a more active role in the design – poised to take a bite out of the big apple. Not only does it commemorate the New Year’s Run with all 4 dates etched along the edge, but it is a true sign of the times with the letters “OCCUPY MSG” subtly spelled out among the fish. We might be small but our numbers are strong. From a distance the image resembles a flower… we come in peace.

Available in Sterling silver as a token $25, or pendant (on cord $38, or sterling chain $48) and NEW THIS YEAR – BRASS (not pictured) as a token $15, magnet $20, or pendant on cord $25. The token is the size of a quarter and makes a great holiday gift for your favorite fan! In a limited edition of 100 tokens, they are poised to sell fast. Jennifer’s signature can be found on the bottom edge. Once again, 10% of every sale will benefit The Mockingbird Foundation.

Pick up Jennifer’s newest creation here, and check out Jennifer’s Etsy Shop or if you live in Burlington you can also find her selling in Burlington, VT at various holiday craft shows and always on display at Trinket, 28 Church Street

Each item comes nicely packaged and ships Priority Mail. Shipping is a flat $5.00 for as many items as will fit in the box.
Pre-ordering starts now and orders will be shipped out on December 10th.

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