Thrive razor necklace by Miranda Sharpe

Necklaces / Pendants
by Miranda Sharpe

A collection of small skinny fronds, lined up along a rounded box chain make up the Thrive razor necklace. Each frond is enamelled in a mix of dark cobalt and crystal blue vitreous enamel with spot details of gold lustre. This necklace is immensley wearable whilst addinng a statemet to your outfit. The silver has a slight texture with a polished finish.

Features

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

Cleaning Instructions

Using warm soapy water with an old toothbrush should be sufficient to clean this necklace. Solutions such as silver dip can be used. It is recommended that the solution be applied sparingly with an old toothbrush or cotton bud to silver areas only, contact with the enamel may affect its surface. Ensure it is rinsed and dried thoroughly afterwards. A standard silver cloth may also be used but please be aware that it will increase the shine on satin areas of silver.

Purchase

Thrive razor necklace

Features

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

 Availability

Despatched within 20 working days

Necklaces / Pendants
by Miranda Sharpe

A collection of small skinny fronds, lined up along a rounded box chain make up the Thrive razor necklace. Each frond is enamelled in a mix of dark cobalt and crystal blue vitreous enamel with spot details of gold lustre. This necklace is immensley wearable whilst addinng a statemet to your outfit. The silver has a slight texture with a polished finish.

Cleaning Instructions

Using warm soapy water with an old toothbrush should be sufficient to clean this necklace. Solutions such as silver dip can be used. It is recommended that the solution be applied sparingly with an old toothbrush or cotton bud to silver areas only, contact with the enamel may affect its surface. Ensure it is rinsed and dried thoroughly afterwards. A standard silver cloth may also be used but please be aware that it will increase the shine on satin areas of silver.