Unearthed Jewellery
Asiatic Flower Necklace

Asiatic Flower Necklace


Pottery:
Connecting you to the land and history from where it came, the pottery shard featured in this necklace was discovered along the River Severn near Jackfield. This soft blue shard features a flower that comes from the Asiatic Pheasant pattern. Originally produced in 1822 in Staffordshire, by 1880 Asiatic Pheasants was the most popular pattern of all, knocking the Willow pattern from the top spot. This pattern was made by so many makers, the production quality of Asiatic Pheasants varied as it was made to different price levels for different markets. Given the shard's proximity to Coalport Spode, there is a good chance it was made there.
Stone:
A faceted blue chalcedony gemstone and a cluster of garnets connect the shard to the necklace, with an additional drop to finish off the extender - perfect to dangle down your back.
Chain:
This sterling silver necklace was made to last. The soldering in this necklace provide you with a strong, quality necklace that isn't going to break from a slight tug. Including the extender, the necklace measures about 21.5 inches long.
67 GBP

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