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Jul 11, 2012 >> G&F Spotlight Extra: Sarah Sebastian of Jojo & Sophia picks her faves


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Our multi-talented Spotlight this week, Sarah Sebastian, weighs in on some of her favorite and most unique Jojo & Sophia finds below.

ONE >> THAT’S GREEK TO ME! 
This Greek tie clip is made from a Greek Caesar statue button. Very unique, and I got lucky to find multiples!

TWO >> NO CASH VALUE
The cuff links are made from vintage game tokens—what’s so cool about these is the wear and tear. You just can’t make something like this.

THREE >> SPRING FLINGS
These collage necklaces are all so unique, with so many vintage elements going on. Almost all have a cameo included—which I love—and bring spring colors to life in a vintage revival way.

FOUR >> MIAMI HEAT!
These silver cuff links are made from vintage Miami Transit tokens. The history these tokens must tell! I have many other cities including Chicago, New York and St. Louis; they’re a fun, hometown kind of accessory.

FIVE >> TIME TRAVELER
I love this necklace for many reasons. It has a lot of elements going on, from the long, vintage brass chain to the optical lens as its base and an exposed watch face from a pocket watch in the center.