Artillery Lace and Striped Braid Necklace by Emma Calvert

Necklaces / Pendants
by Emma Calvert

Unique, one-off statement design, made from artillery gold mylar lace and jacquard striped ribbons in Emma’s signature hand braided style. Finished with handmade sterling silver ends, hiding a sleek magnetic clasp. Hold the silver ends to pull apart the clasp.

Emma Calvert is showing an exclusive range of jewellery as part of the virtual Dazzle exhibition – Dazzle Invites.

Dazzle invites 30 contemporary jewellers, showing unique, one-off or limited edition designs, created specially for the exhibition.

All pieces are available to purchase from 17 November – 10 January.

Features

  • Primary Material : Braid and Ribbon
  • Other Materials : Silver
  • One of a Kind : Yes
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Length (inches) : 17

Cleaning Instructions

Textiles: use a soft, lightly damp cloth to gently wipe over the ribbons, do not rub. Allow to dry thoroughly.

Silver: use a soft polishing cloth, avoiding contact with the textiles as it will discolour.  Putting a small piece of low-tack tape around the end of the textile section can help avoid this. 

Purchase

Artillery Lace and Striped Braid Necklace

 Availability

For immediate dispatch

Necklaces / Pendants
by Emma Calvert

Unique, one-off statement design, made from artillery gold mylar lace and jacquard striped ribbons in Emma’s signature hand braided style. Finished with handmade sterling silver ends, hiding a sleek magnetic clasp. Hold the silver ends to pull apart the clasp.

Emma Calvert is showing an exclusive range of jewellery as part of the virtual Dazzle exhibition – Dazzle Invites.

Dazzle invites 30 contemporary jewellers, showing unique, one-off or limited edition designs, created specially for the exhibition.

All pieces are available to purchase from 17 November – 10 January.

Cleaning Instructions

Textiles: use a soft, lightly damp cloth to gently wipe over the ribbons, do not rub. Allow to dry thoroughly.

Silver: use a soft polishing cloth, avoiding contact with the textiles as it will discolour.  Putting a small piece of low-tack tape around the end of the textile section can help avoid this.