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Making It: Coin jewelry at Wabisabi Brooklyn

Looking for a unique handmade gift? Look no further! MaryAnne LoVerme of Wabisabi Brooklyn has got you covered. She creates beautifully rustic jewelry by hand in Brooklyn. "Wabisabi Brooklyn is named for the Japanese aesthetic concept, wabi-sabi, which roughly translated means "beauty of imperfection," according to her Esty shop.

Find your own pretty little accessory at the following shopping locations:

Saturday April 10, 10am-5pm
THE BROOKLYN FLEA – Bishop Loughlin H.S., 357 Clermont Avenue btw Lafayette and Greene, Fort Greene

Saturday April 17, 11am-7pm
BROOKLYN INDIE MARKET – Smith Street btw President and Union, Carroll Gardens

Saturday April 24, 10am-5pm
SPRING HANDMADE CAVALCADE, Berry Park, 4 Berry Street near N. 14th Street, Williamsburg

Shop online: wabisabibrooklyn.etsy.com

PHOTO: Poppy necklace on nickel by Wabisabi Brooklyn. (Credit: Handout)

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