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Elisabethan theater had a set of emblematic conventions to represent female madness - or erotomania. In Shakespeare's Hamlet, the virtuous Ophelia emerges with her hair dishevelled and worn free, shrouded in white and bedecked with wildflowers. The vision of her transformation transfixes the audience, and she would be forever etched in their mind as a figure of spectral beauty and blissful erotomania.

You too can wear Ophelia's emblematic conventions and create a vision of desire and intrigue. This necklace features exquisite hand carved flowers and petals in fine silver, adorned with pearls and crystals and suspended from a sterling chain with a sterling and pearl clasp.

Ophelia lies not drowned in the brook, but at the base of the throat and measures about 15 inches (38.2 cm) in length. The perfect statement necklace for a night at the theater or clandestine meetings with the future king of Denmark.

Silver Blue Pearl and Crystal Flower Blue Ophelia Necklace

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fine silver, sterling silver, pearls, crystals
  • Feedback: 144 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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