Unearthed Jewellery

SOLD! Cobalt Blue Willow Pottery and Carnelian Gold-Filled Necklace


Unearthing the History:

Connecting you to the land and history from where it came, the deep cobalt blue pottery shard featured in this necklace is the edge of a plate and was unearthed by Westport Lake in Stoke-on-Trent. It features the geometric border of the popular Willow pattern. It is possible it is from a plate made by Burleigh at Middleport Pottery, as the lake was once an industrial clay quarry site that was filled in and the banks were built up with soil mixed with discarded pottery shards.
The deep blue of the pottery is sharply contrasted by a bright orange faceted Carnelian set in vermeil (Gold plated over Sterling Silver) and a teardrop of blue swaroski to finish off the extender - perfect to dangle down your back.
The stone setting in this necklace is Vermeil and the rest of the necklace is Gold Filled. The links on this necklace have been wire wrapped instead of soldered together to provide you with a strong, quality necklace without compromising the layer of Gold-Fill.
A 3 inch extender allows you to wear your necklace with a variety of different necklines. Including the extender, the necklace measures 19 1/2 inches long and can sit just below your collarbone, or worn as a choker.
72 GBP

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