Red Silicone Cluster Necklace by Jenny Llewellyn

Necklaces / Pendants
by Jenny Llewellyn

This half cluster necklace is made in a limited edition berry red colour, just for the festive season. There is only one available. This necklace is one of Jenny’s most popular designs. A simple, bold statement necklace that's lightweight and easy to wear. Hand cast red silicone components are combined with a single hand-formed oxidised silver element.

This necklace has a magnetic catch and is 18".

Features

  • Primary Material : Silicone
  • Other Materials : Oxidised silver
  • One of a Kind : Yes
  • Metal : Silver
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Length (inches) : 18

Cleaning Instructions

The silicone is very flexible but should be handled gently. Take care not to pull silicone parts away from the silver. Do not spray any cosmetic products directly on to the jewellery.

Cleaning Silicone:

Wet your hands and gently rub the silicone between your fingers – a little washing up liquid can also be used. Dry with a hair dryer. Once completely dry, dab a little un-perfumed talcum powder on the silicone and rub off the excess. This cleaning process can be repeated as often as required.

Purchase

Red Silicone Cluster Necklace

Features

  • Primary Material : Silicone
  • Other Materials : Oxidised silver
  • One of a Kind : Yes
  • Metal : Silver
  • Hallmarked : No

 Availability

Despatched within 2-5 working days

Necklaces / Pendants
by Jenny Llewellyn

This half cluster necklace is made in a limited edition berry red colour, just for the festive season. There is only one available. This necklace is one of Jenny’s most popular designs. A simple, bold statement necklace that's lightweight and easy to wear. Hand cast red silicone components are combined with a single hand-formed oxidised silver element.

This necklace has a magnetic catch and is 18".

Cleaning Instructions

The silicone is very flexible but should be handled gently. Take care not to pull silicone parts away from the silver. Do not spray any cosmetic products directly on to the jewellery.

Cleaning Silicone:

Wet your hands and gently rub the silicone between your fingers – a little washing up liquid can also be used. Dry with a hair dryer. Once completely dry, dab a little un-perfumed talcum powder on the silicone and rub off the excess. This cleaning process can be repeated as often as required.