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Antique Good Luck Pendant - Sterling Silver & Rose Gold

Antique Good Luck Pendant - Sterling Silver & Rose Gold

Regular price £120.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £120.00 GBP
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Stunning sterling silver and rose gold pendant that used to be a brooch.

This is an antique Victorian piece with beautiful clear hallmarks at the back. It has been repurposed to be worn as a pendant (used to be a brooch). It has a loop on each side of the pendant and sits beautifully straight facing the front when worn. 

Chain is not included but can be purchased separately.  


Sterling silver and rose gold.

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Length / Size

The pendant measures 4cm wide and 3cm high and weighs 5g, it is hollow inside.

Care Instructions

How to care for your jewellery…
Store your jewellery in boxes, pouches or airtight containers whenever possible, avoid leaving in in wet or humid environments such as bathrooms. 
Gold or silver / rodium plating sits on top of the base metal used to create your jewellery usually brass, and should be cared for accordingly, things like perfumes, water, creams, fake tan and especially pools, sea and hot tubs are all detrimental to any plated jewellery. They are also likely to make sterling silver jewellery tarnish.  
If you live in a humid environment it’s best to store your jewellery pieces in airtight containers whenever possible. 
With time and wear plating will wear off and your item will tarnish this is the same for any jewellery, whether it is gold plated, silver or gold - all metals oxidise and react to the elements. By following correct care instructions you can keep your plated piece in perfect condition for years. 
When it comes to sterling silver or stainless steel pieces - well the more you wear them the better they look - so go ahead of enjoy them whether and whenever you fancy. 
How to clean your jewellery… 
You can purchase a soft lint free jewellery cloth online, please don’t use anything abrasive such as dipping solutions as the harsh chemicals will remove the plating. Avoid any jewellery cleansing cloths that are impregnated with special cleaners or polishing agents, they are likely to rub off the plating. 
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