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Asiatic Primrose Makes Its Mark Necklace

Asiatic Primrose Makes Its Mark Necklace

Connecting you to the land and history from where it came, the pottery shard featured in this necklace was discovered on the beach in Beaumaris. The shard features a blue and white primrose and comes from the Asiatic Pheasant pattern, and even shows part of the maker's mark on the back. Despite Willow being the most well-known pattern, Asiatic Pheasant was the most highly produced pattern of the Victorian era and is still being produced today by makers such as Burleigh at the Middleport Pottery Factory in Stoke on Trent.
Two blue agate stones set off the clasp.
This sterling silver necklace was made to last. The wire wrapping in this necklace provides you with a strong, quality necklace that isn't going to break from a slight tug. The necklace measures about 20 inches long.
32 GBP