Unearthed Jewellery

Warming Layered Smoky Quartz, Chevron and Pottery Gold-filled Necklace


Unearthing the History:
Pottery:
Connecting you to the land and history from where it came, the flowery blue and white pottery shard featured in this necklace was unearthed along the beach in Beaumaris, Anglesey, Wales. The pattern for this shard is the centre of the Asiatic Pheasant design by Barker and Kent, made in Fenton, Staffordshire. It makes for a unique, focal point in this necklace, as it is double-sided with part of the maker's mark on the back.
Stones:
A smoky quartz stone makes up one of the three layers in this necklace and compliments the calmess of the blue and white pottery. There is also a small bead to finish off the links and extender - perfect to dangle down your back.
Chain:
This gold-filled necklace includes a vermeil chevron pendant and adds a nice sunny warmth to your outfit. The connections on this necklace have been wire-wrapped to provide you with a strong, quality necklace that isn't going to break from a slight tug. By not soldering the gold-filled metal, the quality and thickness of the gold-fill is maintained and this necklace will last you a long time.
Length:
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 20 inches long and can sit just along your collarbone to compliment a button-down shirt or plunging neckline, or worn as a longer necklace over tops with higher necks.

68 GBP