Milagros (meaning miracles) are small charm offerings that are placed on sacred altars with the hopes of obtaining divine intervention and protection. These offerings can take many forms and shapes ranging from body parts to food. Dia Kline has taken this traditional folk art and given it contemporary twist. By using vintage ephemera from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s, Milagros transports eras long past into our modern world filling it with magic and inspiration. By using lost photos, discarded postcards, stamps and marketing materials and repurposing them into a line of collectible jewelry, Dia Kline has turned an unused memory into a coveted piece of heirloom jewelry with new meaning for the 21st century. Highlighting the unnoticed aspects of each image is the not-so-secret charm to these one-of-a-kind pieces of art. Accenting the sterling silver disk charm necklaces and bracelets are hand-tied semi-precious stones. Necklaces are strung adjustable from 20” to a short choker necklace. Bracelets are strung adjustable to accommodate most wrist sizes.

These beautiful repurposed items are found by Dia Kline as she searches through antiquity looking for unique treasures. Eye-catching and imaginative, every piece is designed with the artistic flare and simplicity that defines the look of Publish Jewelry. Items in the Treasure Collection include Brass Check Tags, 1800's Mother of Pearl Chinese Game Counters,1910 Gimbel Brothers Metal Placards, Late 1880's Optometrist Lens and Vintage Chandelier Crystals necklaces to name a few. Often these pieces are found in limited editions making their availability short lived.