Victorian Creamware Pottery Necklace


Hand soldered necklace made from recycled pottery fragments found on the banks of the River Thames.

A little piece of London dangling from your neck!

This necklace is made from a piece of Victorian Creamware from between 1840 and 1900.

If you would like to hear more about the history of the pottery fragments, there is an IGTV video on my Instagram in which I go into lots more detail!

The solder is unpolished more natural finish in keeping with the pottery.

– The necklace chains are 925 silver and 22” long with a lobster clasp.

– Due to the nature of the materials, I don’t recommend submerging these in water or leaving them in a humid environment such as a bathroom etc.

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