Unearthed Jewellery
Two-Toned Triple Layer Wedgwood Mystery Shard Necklace

Two-Toned Triple Layer Wedgwood Mystery Shard Necklace

Unearthing the History:
Connecting you to the land and history from where it came, the pottery shard featured in this necklace was found by the Wedgwood Estate in Barlaston. The pattern is Asiatic Pheasant and I love the cluster of flowers displayed on this shard! Given the proximity to Wedgwood, one would think there is a good chance that it was made by Wedgwood, however, I have been unable to confirm if Wedgwood ever made this pattern. In fact, it was more often made by Wedgwood and Co, or Burleigh - both completely separate companies and located in different areas of Stoke!
A dainty row of faceted lapis beads makes up the first layer of this triple-layered necklace. The layers of the necklace are joined with small amazonite beads, with a final teardrop of each stone to finish off the extender - perfect to dangle down your back.
This sterling silver necklace was made to last. The soldered jump rings and wire wrapping in this necklace provide you with a strong, quality necklace that isn't going to break from a slight tug. I have used a geometric sterling silver chevron to mirror the shape of the pottery shard.
A 3 inch extender allows you to wear your necklace with a variety of different necklines. Including the extender, the necklace along the shortest layer measures 19 1/2 inches long and can sit just along your collarbone to compliment a button-down shirt, or worn as a longer necklace over tops with higher necks.
60 GBP