Flourish bud necklace by Miranda Sharpe

Necklaces / Pendants
by Miranda Sharpe

Flourish bud necklace consists of four sterling silver buds grouped together on a sterling silver spiga chain. Each bud has a layer of turquoise vitreous enamel fleked with grey applied by hand and fired in a kiln to fuse it to the metal. The silver has a satin finish with a bright burnished edge to each bud.

Designed and handmade by Miranda Sharpe.

Features

  • Primary Material : silver
  • Other Materials : vitreous enamel
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Metal : sterling silver
  • Hallmarked : Yes

Cleaning Instructions

To clean the necklace use warm soapy water and an old toothbrush, brushing gently and taking extra care with the chain. Solutions such as silver dip can be used but it is recommended that solution is sparingly applied with a cotton bud or old toothbrush only to silver areas, contact with the enamel may affect its finish. Always rinse and dry thoroughly afterwards. A silver cloth can be used to rub silver areas but it will increase the shine on the satin finish.

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Flourish bud necklace

Features

  • Primary Material : silver
  • Other Materials : vitreous enamel
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Metal : sterling silver
  • Hallmarked : Yes

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Necklaces / Pendants
by Miranda Sharpe

Flourish bud necklace consists of four sterling silver buds grouped together on a sterling silver spiga chain. Each bud has a layer of turquoise vitreous enamel fleked with grey applied by hand and fired in a kiln to fuse it to the metal. The silver has a satin finish with a bright burnished edge to each bud.

Designed and handmade by Miranda Sharpe.

Cleaning Instructions

To clean the necklace use warm soapy water and an old toothbrush, brushing gently and taking extra care with the chain. Solutions such as silver dip can be used but it is recommended that solution is sparingly applied with a cotton bud or old toothbrush only to silver areas, contact with the enamel may affect its finish. Always rinse and dry thoroughly afterwards. A silver cloth can be used to rub silver areas but it will increase the shine on the satin finish.