This sweet Edwardian Silver bird necklace is truly one of a kind and the perfect accessory for women who love unique pieces of antique jewellery!
With the swallow representing faithfulness and a safe return home, this romantic piece of Edwardian jewellery would make a fine gift for a loved one.
Understated with an undeniable modern appeal, this swallow pendant conversion fits well into the 21st Century and can be worn everyday with ease.
The Silver details are faceted and catch the light, glimmering as though set with a sea of gemstones with a sweet Amethyst Paste heart swaying gently as you move.
Originally a brooch, we had this piece converted into a necklace adding to her wearability. This piece is possibly an unsigned Charles Horner.
ERA: Edwardian (1901-1909)
MEASUREMENTS: The bar is 34mm wide
The bird is 19.5mm wide x 21.5mm long
The Amethyst is 6mm long x 5mm wide x 2.5mm deep
The chain is 16" or 40.5cm long
MATERIALS: Sterling Silver, Amethyst Paste
HALLMARKS: None present, tested as Sterling Silver
This Edwardian Silver bird necklace is in wonderful antique condition. The Silver has a beautiful light grey tarnish adding to her antique charm. The Paste is bright with some minor wear in keeping with age. There may have originally been a gemstone in the eye of the bird. All in all a wonderful piece of antique jewellery ready to be worn or gifted straight away!