Necklaces / Pendants by Emily Higham Blue and gold enamel necklace with attached framed squares. The back of the piece is also enamelled, in a dark blue/black. Each component has been enamelled various times to achieve the colours and patterns within the enamel. Lastly, gold lusture has been added to the pieces to create a perfect colour combination and a lovely shimmering effect, especially when the light catches.Each component has been attached with sterling silver loops and silver square frames which encase blue enamel and gold leaf. Lastly, the piece has been oxidised dark to contrast with the gold.The catch is a t bar style catch and is very secure.Dimensions: Each enamel component measures approximately 3.5 cm x 1 cm. Length of necklace is approximately 18 1/2 - 19 inches.Materials: Enamel, Oxidised Sterling Silver, Gold LeafInspired by the colours and patterns of honeycomb, the enamel on this necklace has been fired repeatedly in the kiln with layers of Vitreous and Industrial Enamel to achieve the organic patterns within the enamel. Lastly, gold lustre has been added to give a lovely shimmering effect, especially when the necklace catch the light. Each pattern is completely unique due to the hand drawn qualities and the nature of the enamel when fired in the kiln, therefore making this necklace one of a kind. Features Primary Material : Enamel One of a Kind : Yes Hallmarked : Yes Finish : Oxidised Silver Length (inches) : 18 Cleaning InstructionsPlease wear your enamelled jewellery with care. Enamelling is a technique of fusing powdered glass to metal and the enamel can be fairly hard wearing, however, please take care not to drop your piece or apply any force. Remove your piece before showering, avoid getting it wet and any exposure to chemicals. It is recommended to put your piece on over soft floor such as carpet.This is piece is oxidised. Oxidisation is a chemical process which changes the colour of silver. It may fade or rub off over time but it can be re oxidised. If you would like your piece re oxidised, please contact Emily and she will be happy to help.