This Georgian 9ct Gold embossed key pendant is a delightful piece of historic jewellery. An intriguing piece and a collector's dream, she was originally used to alter the time in pocket watches. Now she is ready to be worn with style in the 21st century.
Joseph Bramah was an inventor most renowned for creating the 'Bramah lock' in 1784, and features a cylindrical key design with five shafts at the end. It is now regarded as the first "high security" locking system. By the 1800's the Bramah lock was intergraded into some jewellery box designs and the owner could mask within other jewellery.
Crafted from radiant 9ct Gold, this Georgian key pendant is perfectly formed and boasts embossed decorative detailing, you won't help but fall in love with her antique allure. Simply affix her to a dog clip or chain and enjoy her amongst your other Gold goodies!
ERA: Georgian, c.1800
MEASUREMENTS: Watch key is 30.5mm long x 15mm wide (at widest point).
MATERIALS: Tests as 9ct Gold throughout.
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: None present.
PACKAGING: Your order will be gift wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.
EXCELLENT: This Georgian 9ct Gold embossed key pendant is in superb condition throughout. Free from chips and dings, she has remained in remarkable condition for her age. There is little to report, this fun antique watch key pendant will be wonderful conversation starter!