FAQ: What jewelry was on Buffy, the Vampire Slayer Season 6, Part II

Sarah Michelle Gellar's new show "Ringer" premieres September 13th, 2011. So excited to see her back on the screen! Her new show has gotten me nostalgic about the awesome Buffy days. So I dug into the image archives to find the place where it all started... my first Peggy Li Creations jewelry designs on TV!

Buffy, the Vampire Season 6 was a great year for me as a jewelry designer and big "Buffy" fan! You can see all the jewelry designs used on Buffy, Season 4, as well as on Buffy, Season 6 part I. Here are the rest of the Peggy Li Creations seen on season 6 on characters Amy, Willow, Tara and Dawn (Played by actresses Elizabeth Anne Allen, Alyson Hannigan, Amber Benson and Michelle Trachtenberg, respectively).

Here in the episode "Wrecked", Amy tries to persuade Willow to go see a friend of hers. She's wearing a handmade necklace featuring vintage mother-of-pearl belt buckles transformed into necklace links, joined together with ultrasuede. This neckpiece choker tied at the back and was adjustable!

Michelle Trachtenberg as Buffy's sister(?) Dawn in one of her first big roles, pre-Gossip Girl, wears a red white and blue pendant I created out of a sticker sheet, on a leather cord. They were puffy glitter stickers that I liked the look of. OK, so perhaps not my best design moment. But it was on episode "Doublemeat Palace" of Buffy fame!

In the episode "Normal Again," Alyson Hannigan as Willow wears a double stranded necklace I made out of vintage carnelian beads. These beads were truly fantastic, worn down like seaglass, matte and so unique! The longer strand featured a tiny 18k gold pendant and the entire necklace was finished with a filigree pearl clasp in the back.  I sold out of these necklaces so quickly! And I have never seen those beads again.

Last, but not least, Amber Benson as Tara. I love the jewelry pieces she wore in the episode "Seeing Red". Here, she as on mother of pearl earrings with hand-twisted wires. Her necklace is a wire worked piece created with vintage mother of pearl carved into different size flower buttons. So amazing! It was an ethereal piece, fit for an Elf Queen, or in this case, a magical Tara.

There you go! As I find more screencaps I will add more pieces (yes, there is more). Too bad Buffy was not filmed in the age of HD. Someday!  Want to see more of my designs on TV and film? Check out the Peggy Li Creations Press Page for movies, TV, print, celebrities and online press.