LOS ANGELES — A $2.5 million home in California is now a museum thanks to a collection of jewelry salvaged from a single piece of jewelry.
The jewelry museum, called the Art in the Woods, was started by a group of friends who donated their home after they were evicted from their rental.
They had planned to sell the property to pay for renovations, but the auction house changed their minds and the home will now become the museum.
It is a $2 million home.
The collection includes items from every facet of life, including home décor, art, art supplies and even jewelry.
One of the most unique pieces in the collection is a tiny jewelry box made from a cardboard tube with a tiny button on the end.
That is the perfect size for a ring.
The owner of the home, Ana Luisa, said it took her a couple of years to assemble the box.
She is also the owner of a jewelry store.
The home is now open for tours.
It was originally built in 1869 and had an amazing story behind it.
It had an original home on the banks of the San Joaquin River.
The family had a good life, and that was not long ago.
They lived in the home for over 100 years.
It has a lot of history, including a history of people dying in it.
The original owner died.
The museum also has a small museum that will host workshops and classes.
They have a few pieces in it, but they are the ones that are being restored.