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This simple, but beautiful, necklace is for those who love all things Pride and Prejudice. Hanging on a delicate silver-plated chain is a teardrop pendant which features a snippet of text from a vintage copy of Jane Austen's famous novel.

The piece of book page has been inlaid into the pendant setting using glaze and a pear-shaped glass cabochon. Adding the romantic charm of a Mr Darcy necklace is a sweet bow made from show white lace.

The snippet of text comes from the passage:
"It is a compliment which I never pay to any place if I can avoid it."
"You have a house in town, I conclude?"
Mr. Darcy bowed.
"I had once some thoughts of fixing in town myself - for I am fond of superior society; but I did not feel quite certain that the air of London would agree with Lady Lucas."

The necklace is finished with a lobster claw clasp and is approximately 56cm (22.4 in) long. The pendant measures 4x2cm (1.6x0.8 in) and the lace bow is approximately 6cm (2.4 in) across.
PLEASE NOTE that this necklace is not waterproof. You will also see some small bubbles in the glazing, the beauty of handmade.

Please convo me if you would like the necklace length to be altered to suit your measurements.

Necklace Mr Darcy. Jane Austen Vintage Snow White Lace Pride and Prejudice Jewelry by dspdavey on Etsy

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silver plated chain, silver plated pendant, glass cabochon, vintage book page, diamond glaze, silver plated findings, lace
  • Feedback: 141 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Melbourne, Australia
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