Island Pendant small White by caroline finlay

Necklaces / Pendants
by caroline finlay

Monochrome pendant inspired by the landscape and light in The Scottish Hebridean Islands.

The wide, rounded, pebble shaped pendant features hand punched texture that enhances the matt finished white enamel. 

The Sterling Silver pendant and ball chain is oxidised a dark grey finish that works beautifully with white enamel.

Pendant measures 22mm/0.9” wide by 20mm/0.8” height.

This piece has been made by hand and individually fired in a kiln, this means that every piece is unique. 

 

Features

  • Main Material : silver
  • Other Materials : enamel
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Metal : sterling silver
  • Hallmarked : Yes
  • Length (inches) : 18
  • Finish : oxidised dark grey

Cleaning Instructions

Enamel can be washed in warm soapy water, with a soft brush if it becomes discoloured.

Vitreous enamel is glass and although pieces are fairly hardwearing, care should be taken not to apply force or scratch the surface. 

Oxidisation can wear off with silver dip, abrasion or household chemical e.g. bleach. 

When not worn keep piece wrapped in acid free tissue paper (provided) to help prevent tarnishing.

 

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Island Pendant small White

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Necklaces / Pendants
by caroline finlay

Monochrome pendant inspired by the landscape and light in The Scottish Hebridean Islands.

The wide, rounded, pebble shaped pendant features hand punched texture that enhances the matt finished white enamel. 

The Sterling Silver pendant and ball chain is oxidised a dark grey finish that works beautifully with white enamel.

Pendant measures 22mm/0.9” wide by 20mm/0.8” height.

This piece has been made by hand and individually fired in a kiln, this means that every piece is unique. 

 

Cleaning Instructions

Enamel can be washed in warm soapy water, with a soft brush if it becomes discoloured.

Vitreous enamel is glass and although pieces are fairly hardwearing, care should be taken not to apply force or scratch the surface. 

Oxidisation can wear off with silver dip, abrasion or household chemical e.g. bleach. 

When not worn keep piece wrapped in acid free tissue paper (provided) to help prevent tarnishing.