Necklace, Long Star Drop, Purple, Blue by Sheila McDonald

Necklaces / Pendants
by Sheila McDonald

This is a unique necklace which was inspired from a series of drawings which were made in Norfolk Churches of the beautiful wood carvings, stained glass and distressed gold leaf work.

The semi-precious beads; amethyst, peridot, malachite, and stained blue agate, perfectly complement the transparent enamel colours and fine gold foil.

Designed and handmade by Scottish Jewellery Designer, Sheila McDonald.

 

Features

  • Primary Material : silver
  • Other Materials : 24ct gold foil, amethyst, enamel, malachite, peridot, semi-precious beads and stained blue agate
  • One of a Kind : Yes
  • Metal : 24ct gold and silver
  • Hallmarked : Yes
  • Length (inches) : 18

Cleaning Instructions

Enamel is basically a type of glass, therefore it must be treated with a certain amount of care.

I recommend that the silver areas are cleaned with a Silver Cloth          (such as Goddards)

I would avoid using a liquid  silver cleaner as this may affect the enamel. 

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Necklace, Long Star Drop, Purple, Blue

Features

  • Primary Material : silver
  • Other Materials : 24ct gold foil, amethyst, enamel, malachite, peridot, semi-precious beads and stained blue agate
  • One of a Kind : Yes
  • Metal : 24ct gold and silver
  • Hallmarked : Yes

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Necklaces / Pendants
by Sheila McDonald

This is a unique necklace which was inspired from a series of drawings which were made in Norfolk Churches of the beautiful wood carvings, stained glass and distressed gold leaf work.

The semi-precious beads; amethyst, peridot, malachite, and stained blue agate, perfectly complement the transparent enamel colours and fine gold foil.

Designed and handmade by Scottish Jewellery Designer, Sheila McDonald.

 

Cleaning Instructions

Enamel is basically a type of glass, therefore it must be treated with a certain amount of care.

I recommend that the silver areas are cleaned with a Silver Cloth          (such as Goddards)

I would avoid using a liquid  silver cleaner as this may affect the enamel.